Welcome to Azure Tips and Tricks, this site is a special collection of over 260+ tips, videos, conference talks that span the entire universe of the Azure platform. The tips you'll find here are based on real-world scenarios that I've encountered (along with the community) while using Azure. Feel free to jump in and come back weekly for new tips! - Michael Crump (Twitter or Twitch)

What's New?

📆 Check out the Recently Added item on the left sidebar 👈 for the latest tips and tricks!

🦄 Live-coding, interviews and more about Azure!

👊 that ⭐️ button on the official GitHub repo to stay up to date.

On a side note - If you like Azure Tips and Tricks, then you might enjoy another project that I'm working on for in which I live stream coding, interviews and more. Check out my channel below and hit the follow button to know when I'm live.

Site Map

Resouce Description
Home This site can always be found at http://azuredev.tips
Videos Our growing playlist of 65+ videos based on the series
Live-coding, interviews and more Join us to discuss all-things Azure! From live-coding, special guest interviews, breaking software development news and more!
Questions Add to the GitHub issue tracker and tag it as a question
RSS Feed 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 Have an idea for a post? Do you have feedback? Leave it here
Contribute and star the repo Something out of date? Is something wrong? Then submit a PR and help me 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.

  1. Fork the repo on GitHub
  2. Clone the project to your own machine
  3. Commit changes to your own branch
  4. Push your work back up to your fork
  5. 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/blog with a name such as tip120.md.


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