Are Answers On The Menu?

Reading in the newspaper this week about the technological advances in political campaigning set my mind wondering about whether there is an ethics/success trade-off in most areas of work, as well as in life generally. I don’t mean cheating in order to win; it’s more about how you balance what you do, with what you…

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Semantically Speaking…

So I’ve temporarily escaped from Azure to lend a hand with, as Monty Python would say, something completely different. And it’s a bit like coming home again, because I’m back with the Enterprise Library team. Some of them even remembered me from last time (though I’m not sure that’s a huge advantage). Enterprise Library has…

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Six Buttons and a Volume Knob

Probably there’s not many people who can remember when TVs had just six buttons and a volume knob. You simply tuned each of the buttons to one of the five available channels (which were helpfully numbered 1 to 5), hopefully in the correct order so you knew which channel you were watching, and tuned the…

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General Cluster’s Probably Not Last Stand

I don’t know if General Custer ever made a last stand against the Apache, but I feel like I have. My Apache is, of course, the Hadoop one. Or, to be technically accurate, Microsoft Azure HDInsight. And, going on experience so far, this is unlikely to actually be the last time I do it. After…

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