Since .net core has the ability to run on both Linux and Windows I wanted to explore running code on the Raspberry Pi. I quickly came to the conclusion that I would most likely want to debug my code on the actual Raspberry Pi since I was curious about interacting with the GPIO.
During my tenure as a developer I have run across a few instances where creating UI tests against a web app was imperative to the project.
While working on a project where I was making requests to MS Graph I became curious about how many requests I could make before there was any kind of denial of service. Also, what did the response look like when the request was not being serviced?
With the CSharp version of the API to the Table Service getting access to a
CloudTable is done through an instance of the
CloudTableClient object by calling
GetTableReference("your-table-name") . Wanting to write code that can handle if the table does not already exist is nice to attempt to prevent errors in making requests to tables that are non-existent. Luckily the
CloudTable object has a nice method called
When you are working as a software developer, especially at a consulting company, having multiple solution setups is not something that is unfamiliar to you. If you have been in the industry for even a small period of time you have likely installed SQL Server on your development machine to give yourself the ability to develop and test your work locally.