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Year in Review 2020, Welcome 2021 !


2020 was one of the most memorable year for me. There are many reasons to that but one of the special is Buying my Dream house 🏡. Looking back to my 2019 review , I would say 2020 was more kind of learning for me. Lets go into the 2020 review 🤗 Own House: Dreams comes true moment !! “Jayendran House” The Places Which I … Continue reading Year in Review 2020, Welcome 2021 !

My First Step into Microsoft Community as a Speaker


23rd November 2019, an unforgettable date in my life. The date where I took my first step into the Microsoft community as a speaker in a two different events on the same day ! I always love to help people technically. I uses the medium such as stackoverflow,msdn and technet wiki articles to share my knowledges to others, as well as I can learn more … Continue reading My First Step into Microsoft Community as a Speaker

Quantum Computing : An Introduction


Introduction We often hear that quantum computer will be the future and it will help us to solve all the world problems like world hunger, natural disaster and much complex problems. Understanding the concept of quantum and its behavior is much necessary to solve these kinds of problems. In this blog we will understand the history and the concepts of quantum. There are many ways to understand why quantum mechanics is … Continue reading Quantum Computing : An Introduction

AzureDevOps: Deploying Secrets from Azure Pipelines


Introduction We know that Web Apps secrets can be managed from azure key vault using some secrets.json/secrets.xml. There is another easy way of handling the secrets without hanging anything from the code like installing Nuget package/referring Azure Keyault in the code. Here we are going to use simple way in AzureDevOps Release pipeline and Deploy Azure App Service Task for managing all our secrets. Step … Continue reading AzureDevOps: Deploying Secrets from Azure Pipelines

Azure: Daily Reports using Logic Apps


Introduction Working on-premises SQL having many advantages like you have the full administrative rights over a dedicated SQL Server instance, we can run scheduled Jobs using SQL Agent Job. Speaking of SQL Agent Job, I personally a huge fan of this. We can do a lot and lots of stuff like schedule jobs, view the job history, Run manual jobs, Sending Emails etc.,  But when … Continue reading Azure: Daily Reports using Logic Apps