Quick helper boiler plates for setting up your Unit Test.
I have included ReSharper Template here that you can import directly Resharper Templates. Also thanks you to Alessandro Aeberli for making the these Visual Studio Snippets
After importing the ReSharper Templates then you can use ‘uTestBoiler’ or ‘uTestnUnitBoiler’ shortcuts to add the code below into any test class.
If you want to make your own snippets you can use the Visual Studios Snippet Manager by following the instructions here https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms165394.aspx
Continue reading “Unit Test Class ReSharper Template and Snippets for nUnit and MS Test”
You may have discovered that deleting an Azure Active Directory is a particularly frustrating experience that ultimately ends in failure. The new portal have improved things a bit, by running through a series of check before the delete button is enabled.
You may need to go back to the Classic portal (https://manage.windowsazure.com) to see some of the objects/resources to delete.
However, although this will help you remove ‘most’ of what you need to, unfortunately NOT all!
In this case I got a “Unable to delete directory”
Continue reading “How to delete an Azure Active Directory (ADD) Tenant”
When you first create a new repository in GitHub, you get a very handy drop down of Open Source Licenses options to add. This is really useful and saves you trying to find the standard copy somewhere.
If you don’t choose one when you create the repo, then there is a sneaky way to get that drop down back and easily add a standard license file later. Continue reading “How to add Open Source License to your GitHub repository”
Once you have uploaded your SSL certificates to your Azure App Service and then configured the bindings (if you are using your own custom domains), there are two ways to force ALL requests to be redirected from HTTP to HTTPS. The ‘Developer way‘ and the ‘Easy, no code way‘! Continue reading “Azure App Service – Force redirect from HTTP to HTTPS the easy way!”
I have been banging my head against a wall wondering why my Azure PowerShell DSC commands like
-ResourceGroupName "VM-Training" -StorageAccountName "hmsvmtraindsc"
was failing with a “Resource Group not found“, even though other commands worked with that Resource Group and my current context.
The answer is do NOT use the x64 build of PowerShell or the “Windows PowerShell ISE”!
Use the x86 versions for now!
I found this advice at the bottom of this page https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/turn-on-windows-feature-using-dsc-cli/, and switching to the x86 ISE worked for me!
However, when I tried to reproduce the issue on the x64 ISE, the command worked fine??? However, by that time the Blob container had been created by the x86 version, so who know?
If I get time I will try to reproduce the error, otherwise please post a comment if the same thing happened to you.
If, like me, you have digital photo’s stretching back to the early days of digital cameras and even scans of film and slides, then you may have the same issue I had attaching the right date to the file. I have over 35,000 digital images, so developed a little command line tool to help called ‘Image Processing Console‘ (https://github.com/nrogoff/ImageProcessingConsole).
Continue reading “Bulk update EXIF ‘Shot Taken Date’ on JPG photos using ‘ImageProcessing Console’.”