Author: Ryan McIntyre

Container for sfctl

The most recent version of the Service Fabric CLI (4.0.0) has a dependency conflict with the Azure CLI (2.0.27) with the former needing knack v0.1.1 and the latter needing knack v0.3.1. While this may be […] Read More

Scripts for Service Fabric Cluster Certificates

If you need to create a Linux Service Fabric cluster in Azure, there are a couple great templates to get you started, one is a five node/1 node type and another for a seven node/3 […] Read More

Python 101 – Day 4

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Finally had a productive day! I made it through about 2.5 courses on Pluralsight and am starting to get a good feel for the basics of Python. I still […] Read More

Python 101 – Day 3

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 of my foray into learning Python was a bit more productive than day 2, but still had some hiccups. Other than trying to figure out why my networking drops […] Read More

Python 101 – Day 2

Following my first day, day 2 could alternatively be titled “Fedora 101 – Day 1”. While I’ve used my Surface Pro 3 with Linux installed (currently running Fedora) when traveling for various dev tasks, I’ve […] Read More

Python 101 – Day 1

I’m working on a bit of a pet project this week and without going into an explanation of what I’m working on (mainly because I’m kind of figuring it out as I go :)), I’m […] Read More

Networking fix for Fedora on SP3

When I switched from Manjaro to Fedora 26 on my Surface Pro 3 a couple months ago I was having network issues in that my wireless adapter would lose its connection and then be “frozen” […] Read More

Bash on Windows Productivity Talk

The bi-annual Denver Dev Day was last week and I had the opportunity to present a topic titled “Using Bash on Windows to Increase your Productivity” to an awesome room of fellow techies. The idea […] Read More

MobyLinuxVM Root Access

I’ve needed/wanted this a couple times so posting here to make it easier to find. When using Docker for Windows in Linux mode, it creates a Linux VM running in Hyper-V which actually hosts the […] Read More

New Service Fabric PowerShell Cmdlets

If you prefer to use PowerShell to interact with Azure and you are working with Service Fabric, today is your lucky day! Technically, //Build held a couple weeks ago was your lucky day since that’s […] Read More