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Microsoft Build Conference – 2018 – Part 3(Microsoft Graph, Azure Databricks, Azure Blockchain, GIT patterns/antipatterns )

June 11, 2018

This blog will cover the Microsoft Graph and Azure related topics as well as Git patterns and anti patterns …

Microsoft graph

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Azure blockchain

Mark Rusinovich’s talks if you haven’t been at Build or other conferences are always house full. This time was no different. He is a pervasive speaker who can really simplify complex topics. This year Mark created a fake crypto currency using Azure Block chain for his demo. It did help me clear some of my concepts…

•      Introduced last year
•      Azure blockchains or Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) using Smart contracts simplifies transactions
•      Sample on github
•      https://github.com/Azure/azure-blockchain-projects

 

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Azure Databricks – Apache Spark-based analytics platform optimized for Azure

 

This is a great platform if you need help with data wrangling of big data. It is a first party service unlike on other platforms…

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Git patterns and anti-patterns for successful developers

I enjoyed this talk as it was more of a day to day use kind of talk …

Trunk Based development – Key idea is to Code closer to master and make small simple changes.

Make new branches and get changes in merged into the master quickly rather than monolithic changes.. VS has the ability to guide to the trunk based development workflow…

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Merge back to master

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GitHub flow – This is a trunk based development but also has an additional level of  complexity …

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The GitHub flows is great for continuous deployment but doesn’t scale vey well

VSTS Release flow – Always brings the change to master before going to production unlike GitHub…

More here: Http://aka.ms/releaseflow

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References

•      Git patterns and anti-patterns for successful developers

 

 

 

 

 

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