Microsoft continues to focus on enabling developers to do amazing work as businesses and industries transform in support of the shift to a cloud-first, mobile-first world. At Build 2016 we will present the latest tools and technologies and how they can help today’s developers be their most creative and productive.
Premier Developer Consultant Brian Gregor recently took some time on his blog to document his experiences implementing disaster recovery for Workflow Manager. The following is an excerpt from his post, get the full story over at Brian’s blog Nose to the GrindStone:
With the release of SharePoint 2013,
Bryan Towne, Sr. Application Development Manager, discusses the advantages of strategic partnership in this fast moving technical landscape. You should expect more. Here’s why.
What is a strategic partner? In the course of my professional career I have had interactions with customers of all types.
In a recent article on his blog, Premier Developer Consultant Razi Rais outlines the steps required to set up a developer environment instance of Active Directory Federation Services on the current Technical Preview (TP4) of Windows Server 2016. Here’s a snippet of Razi’s article,
Senior ADM, Brian Keyes spotlights the momentum of Microsoft embracing Open Source software and recommends you to take a moment to peruse the official Microsoft GitHub collection of repositories. As of today there are 21 pages of repositories. Roughly 400 projects.
Recently, Premier Developer Consultant Marius Rochon posted this article on his blog regarding changing passwords in Azure AD that may be helpful to those of you facing this specific scenario in your applications:
You use Azure AD for some applications (e.g.