HTTPS with LetsEncrypt for Azure Functions

Setting up HTTPS with a proper certificate for Azure Functions should be straightforward and easy, but it’s not. In this post I walk through one aspect of it that tripped me up.
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Global Query Filters for Interfaces

This post describes how to apply an Entity Framework Core Global Query filter on all entity types that implement an interface using a strongly typed expression.
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Lets start Windows 8 Development

So, I am digging in to Windows 8 Development since the last //BUILD Conference, Yup! That’s true I am hacking around Windows 8 story since the first Developer Preview version come out, Now I am running Windows 8 Pro (RTM) on my All machines because I am in love with it. Currently, I am porting my Matchem Poker game and Sound Recorder application for Windows Phone to Windows 8. I am using a smart program called “MonoGame”.
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Awesome Feature: Hyper Virtualization

The major thing which attracted me to upgrade all of my Machine to Windows 8 Pro is Hyper V (Hyper Virtualization). I mostly run couple of Windows 7 VMs and Windows 8 VMs to test and debug applications on it without harming my main Operating System. You can add Hyper V feature to your Windows 8, It is only supported in Enterprise and Professional Version of Windows 8. Simply go to Control Panel and Click on “Program and Features”
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Office 2013 Consumer Preview Released, Metro, Metro, Metro, Everywhere

As I mentioned on my tweet earlier Microsoft Released Consumer Preview of their new and Shiny Office 2013. As we all are office geek we use it on daily basis for documents, spreadsheets, presentation and so on. This year Microsoft done something different revising their own UI they added Metro in it like Windows 8 since there as no specific download and licenses for Microsoft Office 2013 you can download the beta version which is in modern world called as Consumer Previews to test what Microsoft is actually doing with their products.
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