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.

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.

Open Sourcing Alpha-Beta

Posted on Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Alpha-Beta is a simple learning game I made for my children about a year ago that I'm now open sourcing. It's a fun way for kids to learn to write words, and locate keys on the keyboard. The game picks a random word from a list for the user to type. It uses Azure cognitive services like Bing Image Search for searching related images and Bing Speech for reading the word out loud. See it in action below:

Revisiting the NuGet v3 Libraries

Posted on Wednesday, 19 September 2018

This is a follow-up post to Dave Glick's three part blog post "Exploring the NuGet v3 Libraries". To this day, this is the only documentation provided for the NuGet Client SDK and is even being referenced from Microsoft's official documentation. I found Dave's blog posts very valuable when implementing the in-process NuGet Client for Cake, and I have used Dave as a sounding board for everything NuGet related ever since. Thank you Dave, for being such a great guy!