We get in certain areas when we are building software. We have that moment when we realize we are doing it wrong. It was our decision and everyone is watching. What do you do? The right thing is to acknowledge your new knowledge and then make a decision. Either realize that it will cost tooRead More
I love the new year. We all feel like a chance to start a new resolution, a new goal, a new life. What makes January 1 so special though? We can reset at any time through the year. It is a man-made concept that makes us feel we can start over. One of my consistentRead More
I thought that working at multiple companies would be a negative in my career, but I now realize that it provided me a unique perspective of how different companies work. I learned how start-ups work and how large corporations work. I learned how recruiting happens when there is only one employee or over a thousand.Read More
Here is a full-list of all services on Azure as of today. * = In Preview currently. *Access Reviews Activity Log Advisor Alerts All Resources Analysis Services API Connections API Management services App registrations App Service Certificates App Service Domains App Service Environments App Service plans App Services AppDynamics Application gateways Application insights Aspera ServerRead More
Keeping up with technology in today’s industry is a near impossibility. The reason is technology is infiltrating every industry in the world. We all talk about keeping up with frameworks, new releases, and even new technology. I believe there are some that are keeping up with areas of technology, but show me one person whoRead More
Conversational UI has security problems, ambient noise issues, and speaker isolation challenges that may never be resolved and we may have a better UI in the future based on context rather than direct commands. Context matters!
Developers are often marketed to without their knowledge and end up being manipulated to being an evangelist for a technology that they may not even need.
I have wanted to post a rant, but worried about how it would be received, how it would affect my career growth, and how it will be taken out of context… With all of that said, it’s time.
It will be simple corporate etiquette that I am guessing is never taught or is not as intuitive as I thought
Making corporate culture changes is not easy. Here are a few steps to make it a little easier and a little guidance on how I have done this in the past.