11/26 – This Blog Is Moving

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Your chance to help shape Microsoft Australia Training Offering

Here at Microsoft we are incredibly proud of our partner ecosystem and the role partners play in helping our customers have great experiences.  In order to optimise this we’d love to hear your views on technical certification and training. I have asked Capitalis to run a short survey to get your feedback on your training experience…


Productivity Books for Mastering Productivity

I’ve updated my round up of the best productivity books: Productivity Books I read a lot of productivity books to improve my speed, focus, strategies, energy, flow, and results. Sometimes a book has only one or two actionable insights or ideas. Other books are like a garden of great ideas – brimming with new models…


Productivity Hub Page

I created a Productivity Hub Page on Sources of Insight to help you learn and master productivity. A hub page is simply an organized roundup of resources that you can easily jump to from the main page. On my Productivity Hub Page, you’ll find deep productivity articles, productivity books, free productivity training, productivity checklists, free…


Experiencing Data Access Issue in OMS portal for Log Analytics – 12/09 – Resolved

Final Update: Sunday, 09 December 2018 03:35 UTCWe’ve confirmed that all our systems are back to normal with no customer impact as of 12/08, 23:55 UTC. Our logs show the incident started on 12/08, 23:20 UTC and that during the 35 minutes that it took to resolve the issue around 8% of customers in Australia…


Prezentace z SQL Azure DevCampu a seminář SQL 2008 EOS

V minulých dnech a týdnech jsme pořádali dvakrát dva běhy konferencí/seminářů pro vývojáře a IT odborníky, vždy v Praze a Bratislavě. Jedna část – DevDays 2018 byla zaměřena obecněji, více na DevOps, prezentace z DevDays zde. Pro databázisty jsme navíc udělali separátní semináře v obou zemích s orientaci na Azure databáze, zejména Azure SQL DB,…


Counting down

I now have a teenager in my house, and this morning she was humming one of my favorite tunes from my days as a teenager. This not just made me proud, but also got me thinking about the deadline for 7.x customers for logging extensibility requests: January 1st 2019. You can also try this: https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/newyear…


Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2018.12.07

It’s Friday, and I’m just on my way home from Microsoft Connect(); 2018. If you missed the product announcements, discussions and coding sessions, don’t worry: Connect is entirely online, so you can catch up right now. Consolidating TFVC repositories to Azure DevOps Git Fabian Biesheuvel is migrating some customers from on-premises TFS to the cloud,…


Project Online: Getting Started with Roadmap

As we start deploying the various pieces of infrastructure needed to support Roadmap you may see some different things in your Office 365 Tenant – so here is a quick explanation of the different parts and what they mean – and the most asked question – how to turn it on!. TL;DR – Just go…


Preventing Single Sign On (SSO) Redirects From Opening a New Window Inside a Progressive Web Application (PWA)

I was recently working on a PWA application that utilizes SSO and one odd behavior that I noticed right off the bat was the fact that the SSO redirects forces the application to open a new window inside the browser instead of carrying the redirect inside the application shell. This is problematic as it defies the whole purpose of a PWA which attempts to make a web application feel native.