Tag Archives: Devops


Fake Build and TeamCity: versioning assemblies

Fake Build and TeamCity

A short post on how to pass TeamCity variables in your Fake build config. Multiple people on the web were looking for this, including myself. I Therefore decided to write a blog post covering the basics.

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SonarQube for .Net Developers

SonarQube for .Net Developers

I’m currently playing around with SonarQube, an open source platform for continuous inspection of code quality, and so far i’ve discovered that it is a lot more interesting than I thought it would be. Therefore, I’ve decided to share my initial findings.

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JS Code Coverage Part 2

JS Code Coverage Part 2

The previous part of this series covered how-to setup JSCover, add test instrumentation and run some manual tests.

Within this blog I would like to automate the instrumentation injection step as part of the build process using Gulp.

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JS Code Coverage 101

JS Cover 101 - JavaScript Code Coverage for dummies

This is part one of a series of posts in which I’m covering the basics when it comes to setting up code coverage for JavaScript. There are a lot of intimidating manuals, guides and confusing blogposts out there, but don’t worry! We will walk through all basics from installation to automation.

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Composer & Azure Web Apps

Composer & Azure Web Apps

I’m working on non-dotNet related technology more and more and to be honest, it’s interesting to see how other environments are dealing with similar problems. Now as you can imagine, running different technologies within Azure requires some additional planning. For example, the usage of the dependency manager composer.

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Kraken.io quota monitoring

Kraken.io Monitor

In case you are using Kraken.io within your applications, no matter if this involves direct API calls or using an extension / plugin, you might start to wonder if there is an easy way to enable notifications based on your quota’s. This post explains how this can be achieved in 5 minutes using Azure Logic Apps!

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Azure Portal Dashboard and Monitoring improvements

Azure Portal Logo

It has been almost a year since I wrote the Azure Portal monitoring basics guide. Given that this article is attracting quite a bit of traffic, I guess that many of blog visitors are interested to read more on this. Therefore, I’ve decided to write a little update covering important recent Portal changes.

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