AZ-204 (Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure) exam is tailored to Microsoft developers working on the Azure cloud platform.
Having recently passed the AZ-204 exam I wanted to share my thoughts and insights in this AZ-204 Exam Study Guide to help you pass the exam.
Windows 10 has a built-in PDF printer which enables you to generate PDF's without needing to install any additional software – as was required in previous versions of Microsoft Windows.
So the other day I tried to use the
“Microsoft Print to PDF” printer option however noticed it was missing … WHAT THE!
If you've encountered this same issue then you are in luck because in this article I'll show you how to fix this problem.
If you're an avid user of the Microsoft Azure cloud, you might have come across
CRON expressions for defining schedules.
The CRON expression format originates from Unix-based systems, where it has been used for quite some time. While it is a powerful syntax for expressing schedules, it can sometimes be a bit confusing.
This article will provide you with a quick
cheat sheet for using CRON expressions in Azure. Continue reading
Ever had to provide remote support to someone? It can be a real pain in the proverbial, including setting up the remoting software at both end points.
In this post you'll learn how to share screens between two
Windows 10 devices using the little known, built-in Windows Quick Assist app. The best part about it is that it requires almost no setup. Just straight to business! Continue reading
Think that your ‘protected' Excel spreadsheet is safe? Think again! These restrictions can easily be bypassed.
Recently, I needed to modify a protected spreadsheet however the original author of that Excel spreadsheet had left our company and no one had the password to unprotect the document. Doh!
In this post I'll show you how to
unprotect an Excel spreadsheet in a few simple steps. Continue reading
In this post I'll show you how you can
clone a Git repository using a Personal Access Token instead of a regular password.
Personal Access Tokens are useful in a variety of situations. I recently opted to use an access token on a work laptop rather than using my ‘god mode' credentials. That way, if I needed to hand the laptop back to my employer I could easily revoke the access.
Enough talk … lets get to it!
In this post I'll show you how to fix an issue with
Windows 10 Search disappearing.
While trying to use the Windows 10 Search I noticed that after I entered a few characters the Search Box would crash and clear out the text I had entered. No search results were being displayed.
While working on a SharePoint Framework (SPFx) webpart I noticed some odd performance issues… My SPFx webpart was very slow to initially load.
I was initially a bit puzzled by this however after some investigation I discovered the below solution. Continue reading
Do you have a need to generate
emails with PDF attachments using the Power Automate (aka Microsoft Flow) workflow engine?
Guess what! You're in luck because in this post I'll show you how to do exactly that. I'll show you how to generate a PDF document and send it via email.
While trying to reactivate a workflow in our Dynamics 365 environment we encountered the following error. In this post I'll show you how you can solve this issue.
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