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The biggest remote challenge isn’t about what your office setup is, what your meetings look like, the lunchtime pub sessions, how many coffee meetings you have in a day, or what entrance music you are playing. It’s about turning up every day and making sure it’s the best day for everyone on your team. Things go wrong because of Apathy, we let them drag out more when we are remote, when we are in person,…

If you are not taking into account all the other work your team is doing, you are setting an unrealistic expectation of delivery for what your team is working on. If the work they are doing is not accounted for in what they see, then they will feel stressed, then burnt out by all that is on their plate. Sprint Capacities only work when your team is 100% only doing development work, as soon as…

When I had initially configured my Azure APIM Logging to an Azure Event Hub, I thought viewing my logs would be very straightforward.  Turns out there were a few things I had to go through. Find your Azure Event Hubs Your Azure Event Hubs are located within your Azure Event Hub Namespace. Validate that Messages are being logged to the Event Hub On the Overview pane, you will see three graphs, the Messages Graph identifies…

A while back I had to integrate logging for my Azure APIM Integration that enabled logging outside of APIM (to be picked up by different groups) and logged information to separate locations. To accomplish this task, I leveraged Azure Event Hubs for storing the logs and have outlined the steps below.  The high-level steps for this implementation are available here – https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/api-management/api-management-howto-log-event-hubs – but there are some pieces I had to figure out to make…