1. Create the table in Microsoft Excel. 2. Open this page in browser: http://excel2jira.bluurgh.com/ 3. Paste the table from Microsoft Excel into the input box on the page. 4. Click on “Convert Me Now” button 5. Place the cursor at the intended insertion point in the wiki document. 6. Click on “Insert more content” (+) button on Wiki toolbar 7. Click on “Markup” 8. Paste converted markup from step 2 in the left pane and verify the preview. 9. Click on “Insert” 10. Review and verify the inserted content and make any correction if needed.
Ethereum Blockchain (EBaas) as a Service provided by Microsoft Azure and ConsenSys allows for enterprise customers and partners to play, learn, and fail fast at a low cost in a ready-made dev/test/production environment. It will allow them to create private, public and consortium based Blockchain environments very quickly in Azure. In this session, you will learn how to get started with prototyping building blocks of a decentralized application using EBaas in Windows Azure. Venue: Triangle Azure User Group Slides : download.
Smart Contracts are an exciting innovation built on blockchain technology. It is a way to execute code in a trustless, decentralized and transparent system. Ethereum is a decentralized platform to run smart contracts using a variation of Bitcoin’s blockchain technology. In this session, you will learn how to write smart contracts in Visual Studio. You will learn how to deploy them to public Ethereum blockchain and a private/consortium blockchain as a service in Azure. You will be introduced you to Solidity – the programming language used to write smart contracts. You will get familiar with the tools and technology around this exciting, promising and relatively new innovation. Presentation Slides are here: download.
KeyNode is a application to issue and verify software license keys. Technology stack for KeyNode is Node.js, MongoDB and Microsoft Azure. I had built this functionality with C9.io (a cloud-based IDE with a built-in source code repository and debugger), mongohq (MongoDB as a service – now part of compose.io) and appfog (Cloud PAAS built on top of CloudFoundry). It used SMTP/gmail to email license files. That was the version I created a couple of years ago to issue tamper-proof signed xml license files for CodeDemo (a code snippet tool for developers, presenters and instructors). For KeyNode (open source) I switched to a different toolset : Visual Studio Code and Windows Azure, simplified the code to remove signed xml file and open-sourced it on GitHub. Signed […]