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September Poem 9

I have, in the ordinary scholarly setting,

Been able to head the axe.

Head the individual segment

With the butt of transformation,

And train myself to see something, 19 more words

Abstract Poetry

Azure Functions Deployment Strategies

As a serverless architecture, Azure Functions gives us a great benefit, ie. we don’t have to worry about server maintenance. However, we still need to manage our codes and setup a proper strategy for deployment. 569 more words

Application Development And Integration

Interacting with Azure Web Apps Virtual File System using PowerShell and the Kudu API


Azure Web Apps or App Services are quite flexible regarding deployment. You can deploy via FTP, OneDrive or Dropbox, different cloud-based source controls like VSTS, GitHub, or BitBucket, your on-premise Git, multiples IDEs including Visual Studio, Eclipse and Xcode, and using MSBuild via Web Deploy or FTP/FTPs. 853 more words

Azure Platform

Arava Antelope Ranch

They imported 140 antelopes from four species: Kudu, Blesbok, Impala and Springbok. Besides the above mentioned antelope species, we keep also eland gemsbok, addax, wildebeest, Nubian ibex, barbary sheep, mouflon (Cameroon sheep), pygmy goat, red deer and Sika deer, and the highly endangered African wild ass. 103 more words


Monitoring Azure WebJobs Health with Application Insights


Azure WebJobs have been available for quite some time and have become very popular for running background tasks with programs or scripts. WebJobs are deployed as part of Azure App Services (Web Apps), which include their companion site… 1,466 more words

Azure Platform

Visitor for breakfast 

Was eating my breakfast watching the view and minding my own business when suddenly we had a visitor just outside the camp fence line (where it’s been taken down). 489 more words


Down a dusty path...

We stopped at an open area between the thick bush and saw a wonderful sight walking toward us from out the morning sun rays.

A group of elephants of all sizes, obviously aiming for a waterhole a few kilometers behind us. 184 more words