Planes, Trains and Automobiles – Learning Azure via Offline Documentation

TL:DR? Visual Studio Code (available for Windows, Mac and Linux) makes it easy to enjoy Azure documentation even without a network connection! Problem Statement As part of my client work, I find myself travelling with spotty, limited or no network connectivity. Yes, I know you can do fancy things with your phone and airplane WiFi,…

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A Miner’s Canary; the Microsoft Professional Degree in Data Science

TL:DR? Microsoft’s Professional Degree in Data Science is a very well curated set of courses that feed the mind! Over the summer, I decided to push myself and was lucky to stumble upon the Microsoft Professional Degree in Data Science (currently running in beta at Microsoft before it goes public). They needed some miners’ canaries…

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A student of the art form–the EMS Video

TL:DR? Watch Brad Anderson’s video on the Enterprise Mobility Suite to protect your organization from cyber threats from outside and within: http://blogs.technet.com/b/in_the_cloud/archive/2016/01/05/new-video-the-best-ems-overview-available.aspx I’m a fan and a student of simplifying and synthesizing technical concepts. I love to see folks who present well – it shows a deep respect for my time and the art form….

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Bring your iOS app to Windows 10 with the Windows Bridge for iOS

TL:DR? The Windows Bridge for iOS that was open sourced earlier this month works really well out of the box! I just tried the Windows Bridge for iOS and it worked as advertised. There are some starter projects that come with the source, so you can see how this thing is bolted together. I tried…

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Install a Windows 10 Phone app by email!

TL:DR? You can install an app (aka side load) on your Windows Phone running Windows 10 via email! Loving the little things they’ve done to help developers be more productive. Several software partners have asked for this and very happy to report this works like a charm. I’m running 10.0.10512.1000 (latest public build available to…

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