Integrating Serverless Architecture Using Azure Functions, Cosmos DB, and SignalR Service provides a holistic approach to design and development of a Twitter Bot application by leveraging Azure Functions. The different types of Azure Functions narrated in this book will empower you to make the right decisions while adopting Azure Functions to specific business requirements. Azure’s… READ MORE
Last month, I wrote a post that included steps for setting up Sentiment Analysis, an Azure Cognitive Service, and how to use it to score how positive your emails are. This time, I’m going to leverage the service that was configured in that post by using it in a Flow. The Flow will pull content from Twitter,… READ MORE
As blogger it fancies me when people react on the post with comments. But the first thing you do with your post is placing it on a social platform like twitter. Instead of reacting on the blog itself, readers mostly react via twitter. Wouldn’t it be cool to have those twitter comments at your blog post? This article describes a technique using Azure Logic Apps to get the mentions on your blog posts into an Azure database.
I am a relatively new twitter user and am still getting used to tweeting and ‘hash-tagging’. Oh, I wish there was a tweeting manual that I could understand…. Ah well… I guess I am multi-tasking away hopping frantically between writing articles, working with clients, working with horses (aha thought I’d drop that in!), running events, speaking, so don’t have much time to tweet away as much as I’d like. All bad excuses!
Twitter is an awesome source of information which I’m tapping into sporadically. Basically checking in when time allows. Since I’m pegged as a search guy I’ll highlight some other people who know their stuff on search and whom I have in my search and rescue team 🙂
Twitter has become a one-stop-shop for all things SharePoint where you can find information and interact directly with its curator.