I adopt a 'learn in public' approach to blogging. Whenever I learn something new, I try to capture it here.
All my articles are written on GitHub. You can raise issues, create pull requests or even fork the content... its open source.
By default, you'll only see published articles, but you can enable drafts.
09 Oct 2019
QnAMaker is great unless you need to support multiple languages where there is no built-in solution. In this article, I'll explain how I've implemented localized QnAMaker from a single model with Logic Apps, the Translator Text API and an Azure Function.
29 Aug 2019
The Microsoft Graph is the way you programmatically access data stored in Azure Active Directory, Office 365 and a bunch of other Microsoft cloud services. Accessing the data in a Logic App is a very powerful way to use this rich API with no code. This article tells you how.
18 Jul 2019
Luis is great but it does not support every langauge. When your language is not in the supported languages list, you can use the Cognitive Text Translator service and a logic app to work around the problem in an elegant way. This article tells you how.
28 Jan 2019
All the articles on Martink.Me are authored on GitHub. I use GitHub API, Webhooks, Azure Functions and an Azure Logic App to get them to end up on my website. I've basically created a Content management System on GitHub. In this article I'll go through how the system is setup and how you can build your own version.