Hi Jason, it depends on what's causing the script to take that long (is the trigger taking too long? Is there something in the script causing the delay? etc). Suggest you raise an issue with the Functions team here to get their help:
Thanks Deepali. There's a team working on a VSTS bot that have implemented an improved version of testing the bot (for c#). If you're writing your bot in c# I recommend you check out the Development branch in this repo to see how they have written the test framework:
@aljj: In the Azure portal, go to Azure Active Directory. In there, create a new user in that directory. Then give that user co-admin rights. Then you can use that user to sign in, when using the bot. I know these extra steps are a pain, we're trying to fix this so you could use your hotmail.com account but for now those extra steps are needed.
@John I run solutions and create samples that cross OSs between Windows, Mac and Linux, so it was my choice to use a Mac to make it a bit easier to switch the context. I run Windows 10 on it, and really like it.
@theygoran DSC currently complements infrastructure as code to help provide configuration inside the infrastructure. You can use it from ARM templates mentioned in the video via the DSC extension. But also check out Azure Automation DSC: