I’ve always struggled to find a clever way to validate HTTP requests with a JSON body. Here’s how I approach the problem with Azure Functions.
Dependency injection is a feature we’ve come to expect in any framework. Azure Functions has finally jumped on board with its own implementation of DI.
Powershell isn’t traditionally recognized as a go-to language for everyday software developers. Nevertheless, it’s gained enough popularity for AWS and Azure to support it on their serverless platforms. Let’s find out why.
Working with Azure Function Output Bindings can be tricky. This post experiments with a few different approaches to using Output Bindings.
What follows is a compilation of my favourite talks and blog posts on serverless, AWS Lambda, and Azure Functions.
This post looks at the implementation details of the most common ways to share code in Azure Functions.
Application Insights continues to gain in popularity for its ease of integration with .NET. In this post, I’ll explore how to get the best ROI out of the data that it collects.