Welcome to Azure Tips and Tricks, this site is a special collection hundreds of tips in form of blog posts and videos that span the entire universe of the Azure platform. The tips you'll find here are based on real-world scenarios that we've encountered (along with the community) while using Azure. Feel free to jump in and come back weekly for new tips!
📆 Check out the Recently Added item on the left sidebar 👈 for the latest tips and tricks!
👊 that ⭐️ button on the official GitHub repo (opens new window) to stay up to date.
# Site Map
|Home||This site can always be found at https://aka.ms/azuretipsandtricks (opens new window)|
|Videos (opens new window)||Our growing playlist of hundreds videos based on the series|
|Live-coding, interviews and more (opens new window)||Join us to discuss all-things Azure! From live-coding, special guest interviews, breaking software development news and more!|
|Questions (opens new window)||Add to the GitHub issue tracker and tag it as a question|
|RSS Feed (opens new window)||Keep up to date with all the newest tips posted by subscribing to the RSS feed|
|Stickers||Feel free to print any of these stickers for your events and community meetups|
|Survey (opens new window)||Have an idea for a post? Do you have feedback? Leave it here|
|Contribute and star the repo (opens new window)||Something out of date? Is something wrong? Then submit a PR and help us fix it. Also, ⭐️ the repo to keep up to date with the project.|
# Git Workflow
In general, we follow the "fork-and-pull" Git workflow.
- Fork the repo on GitHub
- Clone the project to your own machine
- Commit changes to your own branch
- Push your work back up to your fork
- Submit a Pull request so that we can review your changes
- Be sure to merge the latest from "upstream" before making a pull request!
- Each page has a "Edit this page on GitHub" link. Click it to easily navigate to the blog post file. They are also located in
/src/blogwith a name such as
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