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IT Sections

The IT section covers the whole process of Application Development, among other topics.

The Glossary is an organised entry point to notes on industry technologies, protocols and products, and business terms one hears.

Presentations

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Blog

Or simply read the Blogs during my Pomodoro breaks between trying to find solutions to problems under lack of time, budget and your average IT duress.

Blogs

Errata Blog

A blog about the current moment…

Link to more entries: Errata, Life, Humour, etc.

Self-Esteem is a crock

“Be that as it may, one fairly solid result to emerge from Storr’s research is that the self-esteem boom was ignited by what amounts to a fraud. His account of its rise is a reminder of how easy it can be to mislead a willing public about scientific studies.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/21/books/review/selfie-will-storr.html

2018/06/24 09:23 · skysigal
Thank you, John Shea.

Your solution saved my hearing. Thank you.

John Shea

2018/06/06 19:50 · skysigal
We're living it up

The future is…there is no future

2018/04/30 22:51 · skysigal
Cheap Kiwis

Yup.

2018/04/30 21:05 · skysigal

Dry .NET Blog

A blog about the latest code fragment that titillate me…

Link to more entries: NET Entries

High Friction = Poor Documentation

High Friction development environments (JSON/ARM/PowerShell/VSTS) makes everything harder than needed. Difficulty leads to exhaustion rather than exhaltation. Exhaustion leads to poor or no post-completion documentation. Poor documentation + difficult environments = poor maintenance. Poor maintenance = terminal state.

2018/04/29 12:39 · skysigal
ARM

I take that back. I HATE ARM's “Lost While Debugging within Stupid Quotation Marks” approach more than PowerShell. But I still dislike PowerShell. A lot.

2018/03/27 21:50 · skysigal