Daily .NET Tips is aiming to share valuable coding tips and tricks for Developers. This site exclusively intends for sharing Tips and Tricks, useful Code Snippet, new features, which developers use in their regular development work. In this post, I am quickly listing down all the tips shared over the month of june 2020.
Let’s continue with the previous post on 10 Azure services that every .NET Developers, Consultant, and Architects should know and learn it well. Let us quickly recap what we talked about in the previous post before we move forward. Speed and agility are the keys for any organization to succeed. Moving to cloud services is no more an option – It’s compulsory and a smart move. Cloud Services provide lower cost, higher security, a global footprint, and increase productivity with powerful tools and frameworks. If you are working on Microsoft Platform, no matter what role you are performing – Development Engineer, Engineer in Test, Engineering Consultant, or Architect – understanding of fundamentals of cloud computing and usages are keys.
Speed and agility are the keys for any organization to succeed. Moving to cloud services is no more an option – It’s compulsory and a smart move. Cloud services bring speed and agility by enabling rapid pace in development, managing services, and deploy the application on a massive scale over a global network. Cloud Services provide lower cost, higher security, a global footprint, and increase productivity with powerful tools and frameworks. Microsoft Azure, the leading cloud platform provider, evolve in magnitude over the past few years and provides a wide range of services for almost every scenario you need for your business.
Azure Bot Service is the Bot-Service powered by the Microsoft Bot Framework running on Microsoft Azure platform. It provides the integral components for developing bots, Bot Builder SDK and the Bot Framework for communicating bots to channels.
Most the people who were in the TechEd 2012 India would have witnessed the cool demo by me and Jebarson made on the opening Keynotes of the event. And now we would like to share how this solution was developed so that you can also build your own.
Before we could pitch in, let me give a little background on how we decided to build this on our garage. Developer Conference 2011 on Hyderabad was scheduled on October 2011 and myself and Jebarson were looking forward to show something cool on our own interested areas. Jebarson was looking out for something on Windows Azure and Windows Phone while myself was fiddling around Kinect. Ran out of ideas we both met together and thought of integrating everything and that is when we came up with the idea of building our own home security. We started building this application as early as September 2011. And by now, we have already revised the application more than 5 times due to newer SDK release and also due to the addition of newer components.