We recently migrated a legacy .NET web service running on-premise to an Azure App Service. During testing we identified an issue with DateTime translations. Our application had a reference to DateTime.Now.
Previously, our app was running on-premise and therefore using Western Australia Standard Time (+8). However, following the migration to Azure, it was using UTC time by default, so we therefore needed to change the default time zone configuration.
In this post I’ll explain how you can update the time zone of your Azure App Service.
I've been using a Samsung Fast Charge wireless charger with my Samsung Galaxy S8 for a while now, and really love the convenience of it.
After using the wireless charger for several months, all of a sudden, one day it stopped working …
I put my phone down on the wireless charger and it would start charging for a few seconds and then stop with the message “paused” on the screen. This cycle would repeat endlessly and the phone would never charge.
While upgrading a .NET customisation that interfaced with our client Dynamics 365 online environment (Version 9). I encountered the following error while attempting to fetch some records from our Dynamics 365 instance. Continue reading