Building Azure functions project on TeamCity

I would not reccomend for anyone to follow my steps described here while trying to solve similiar issue. It’s more to highlight a path I’ve taken than to give you a proper solution. My solution is probably deeply flawed and for proper DevOps would look more like flailing in the wind than anything else. You’ve been warned.

There are days, when DevOps seems just easy and a little boring. Those are the days when everything works, and problems you encounter are ‘I forgot to check-in .csproj file’ kind. And there are days when you just try to pull your hair from your head just to experience a lower level of pain, then when dealing with this particular build problem.

Let’s do it as Azure functions project

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I’ve disconnected Network Interface on Azure VM

Why oh why did somebody at Microsoft figured out, that right clicking on context menu element should actually be considered a click. And why oh why somebody else figured out that ‘disable’ is great first option when you’re right clicking on a network interface.

Now take those two small nuances and add a little network lag and if you do it just right you will end up with the title of this post.

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