Windows Dev Center: Invalid Package Family Name and Invalid Package Publisher Name

When submitting an application, or an update to one in the Windows Dev Center, you may come across the following two errors after uploading your application package:  Invalid Package Family Name  Invalid Package Publisher Name  There appears to be a bug within Visual Studio or the Windows Dev Center where the correct certificate is not used when… Continue reading Windows Dev Center: Invalid Package Family Name and Invalid Package Publisher Name

Using Fiddler to inspect HTTP traffic

I recently ran into a problem where I was trying to make REST calls to Microsoft’s Azure Notification Hub service to register new devices with a custom template registration. According to the documentation as of 2021/08/17, the following XML is required to create a template registration for Windows devices:  When I used this, I got a 200 OK response from the… Continue reading Using Fiddler to inspect HTTP traffic

Preparing for and writing the AZ-204 (Microsoft Certified Developer Associate) Exam

Why I took the exam I was recently asked to obtain the Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer Associate certification by the company I work for so that they can become a Gold-level Microsoft Partner. The requirement was to obtain the certification in 3 weeks. I have been working with Microsoft Azure each day for the past… Continue reading Preparing for and writing the AZ-204 (Microsoft Certified Developer Associate) Exam