Author Archives: ambilykk

About ambilykk

I am a Technology Evangelist on Microsoft Technologies. I am carrying the passion on Microsoft technologies specifically on web technologies such as ASP .Net and Ajax. My interests also include Azure and Visual Studio. Technology adoption and learning is my key strength and technology sharing is my passion.

System Tray Icon for .NET Core Console App

Notification icon or tray icon is supported for .NET Core 3.0 onwards only. Install .NET Core 3.0 Preview from https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-core/3.0 to add the tray icon for a console or windows application. Once installed, create a new console application using .NET … Continue reading

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Azure Notebooks – Great tool

Great tool from Microsoft. Read the book and practice directly from your browser. No setup hurdles, no download issues, and so on. Many books related to Python, R and Data Science are available now. Add new skills to your expertise … Continue reading

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Enabling SQL Express User

Visual Studio(VS) lovers! Yes, we want to work on everything from within the VS. Yes, of course, our VS have required features to support us to perform various development and ALM operations. Database is one of the main parts of … Continue reading

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Resuming Writing – First article on Azure Data Lake

After a long time, I am resuming my writings. My current focus area include Azure, DevOps and Bot. You can expect more articles related to these topics in coming days. My first article, after the long break, talks about Azure … Continue reading

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QnA Maker

The QnA Maker, launched in beta, will let users train an automated conversation partner on existing frequently-asked-questions content. After that information is fed in, the service will create a bot that will respond to customer questions with the content from … Continue reading

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