We’re going to make a simple .NET web application that can issue something called a Guid back to a user (or client) that asked for it, by hitting a specific web page. Things we’ll need: Visual Studio Community edition. I’m using Visual Studio 2015, the latest and greatest will work too. Optional: IIS on your… Read More »
Last time I tried this I just wanted to setup an API that issued Guids (it was a simple bit of code that would do something), and wanted to show how you would go about setting that up on Azure. Needless to say I didn’t get that far. This time, I’m going to take a… Read More »
The Techfrontier Waffle is a podcast where a couple of friends talk about tech news, focus on some key topics (sometimes leading on to a tangential conversation about chocolate….) and gadget reviews. Listern to our first episode where we talk MSBuild 2017, Azure, AR/VR, Chocolate and Nintendo Switch.
Unsurprisingly the frame rate is looooooooow…… But it was worth a try.
When you first put a network card into a Windows machine it’ll ask which “profile” the network should abide by. This setting relates to which set of firewall rules to apply the machine as its connecting to the network. Public – means you don’t trust the network you’re attaching to and firewall rules should be… Read More »
I wanted to launch a couple of VMs on my test box with one server acting as a DHCP server to another on an “internal” defined network. Its taken me a couple of days to figure out why this was happening and I’ve installed Windows/Linux, turned firewalls on and off and messed with many Hyper-V… Read More »