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Developing Java on Azure

Part 2! In a previous post, I discussed the options for running Java workloads on Azure. Now it is time to discover some of the choices Azure offers to our software engineers!

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Running Java on Azure

Azure is Microsofts cloud platform. It is the home of Service Apps, Logic Apps, cloud storage, Kubernetes Service and provides the foundation for VSTS (now Azure DevOps), Office 365 and loads of other services and tools.

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Back your Angular App with Azure identity services

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Azure AD B2C stands for Active Directory Business to Consumers. It offers a cloud identity service allowing you to connect to any customer in a standarized manner, while maintaining your corporate style or custom brand.

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Bitbucket Pipelines for your Angular 6 apps

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The default build definition from the Bitbucket pipelines uses one of the official Node.js Docker images on Docker Hub. If you are building Angular apps with the CLI, these images will not work for you. We need a little bit more than the node.js 6.9.4 (at the time of this writing), so let’s make a small list:

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AVG voor ontwikkelaars

Hoe om te gaan met de AVG in ontwikkelteams?

Bij het verzamelen, opslaan en beheren van persoonlijke gegevens komt tegenwoordig de Algemene Verordening Gegevensbescherming (AVG) om de hoek kijken. Deze verordening is sinds 25 mei 2018 van kracht en dat betekent dat vanaf dat moment in de hele Europese Unie (EU) vergelijkbare privacywetgeving geldt.

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Getting coverage reports with .NET Core

Code coverage calculates the percentage of code that is covered by automated (unit) tests. And unit tests are important to ensure ongoing code quality and predictability in our software. Code coverage reports help investigate how well our software development is doing by showing us that percentage. But we know all this right? Tests are important, so test coverage is also important 🙂

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A Quality Gate Dashboard Widget for VSTS

In a previous post we figured out how we could work with SonarQube Quality Gates in a JavaScript build on VSTS. For regular VSTS builds (based on MSBuild that is) Sonar provides an excellent extension that enables several goodies including a “Publish Quality Gate Result” build task. Unfortunately this task requires MSBuild to function correctly and our usual client side/ JavaScript/ gulp/ grunt or npm builds do not.

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