Driving Digital Transformation on Serverless Containers...

Hello, my name is Martin Björkström. This is my blog, where my intentions is to write about the results of my software related tinkering. I am a father of three, fiancé of one, and a Open Source contributor.

Testing protected Azure Functions running in a container on your local machine

Posted on Wednesday, 12 February 2020

Recently I had to create an Azure Function using a custom container. The reason was a client of mine did some really cool things using Puppeteer, and now they wanted to run this in an Azure Function. So, I went to docs.microsoft.com and found a great tutorial on how to create a function on Linux using a custom container. However, a little bit into the tutorial, in the build the container image and test locally section, I noticed something very annoying, namely this:

Creating a language server using .NET

Posted on Thursday, 29 November 2018

A Language Server is meant to provide the language-specific smarts and communicate with development tools over a protocol that enables inter-process communication.

Dissecting the Azure Service Fabric Mesh Right-Click Publish

Posted on Monday, 15 October 2018

This is not a post on why you should not do right-click publish, but rather a post on how to avoid it when working with Azure Service Fabric Mesh. If you want an answer for the why part, please read Damian Brady's blog post on the subject.