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.

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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Excel to XML

Looks Simple ! Yes, even I thought the same. Obviously, excel provides an option to save the data in XML format. Did you tried any time the same ? If so, you may be faced the real challenge in converting … Continue reading

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Continuous Deployment from GitHub to Azure

Integrations ! Integrations are part of every implementations and the hardest area too. There are many kind of integrations required like application integration with an ERP system, authorization of application using AD, and so on. Growing adoption of DevOps practice … Continue reading

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10K Apart – Challenge for a UI Designer

By surfing some Microsoft technologies, I come across the 10K Apart challenge by Event apart team and Microsoft. I heard about the 5K Apart earlier, where the challenge was to develop a complete web application with max size of 5KB. … Continue reading

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Dialogue with Visual Studio – Performance Testing

Visual Studio is an Integrated Development Environment from Microsoft. This IDE provides features and tools to manage all phases of software life cycle. When it comes to performance of an application, most of the time we look outside for help … Continue reading

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