Shane Bartholomeusz

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How to: Deploy Azure Functions Using Github Actions

Overview

GitHub has really opened the doors for collaboration across the wider software development community. If you are already using GitHub then it makes sense to make the most of the GitHub ecosystem and use of all of it's available features, including GitHub Actions; a powerful workflow engine that enables developers to automate repetitive tasks.

In this post I'll show you how you can deploy an Azure Function using a GitHub Actions workflows, and by the end of this guide, you'll have a fully working automated deployment pipeline setup.

Please note that this guide assumes that you are already familiar with using Azure Functions and using GitHub for basic source control management.

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How To: Clone GIT Repo Using Personal Access Token

Overview

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!

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