I typically write about my various interactions around technology in an effort to learn while forcing myself to share knowledge to other readers. I personally find this approach the best way for me to learn since to share you must be confident on the topic at hand. This post however is a mini self reflection of two turning points in my career . . .
I recently have been exploring the concept of infrastructure as code and how all the core concepts we use day in day out in our software development life cycle could apply to infrastructure resources. This idea eventually brought me to terraform and how it can be applied to azure resources. I started following along with the Getting started . . .
The end of last year I attended the first half of the Central Pennsylvania Open Source conference in Lancaster for the first time. I enjoy attending local conferences and I will be sure to attend this in the future as it was filled with interesting topics presented by a group of passionate presenters. I was quite impressed by the student . . .
This is random notes gathered while attending the Harrisburg BarCamp 2017.
Problems with big data, example of being marketed to a product/service even when the data is incorrect. (new baby marketing when family lost the child)
Big Data is often dumb data, . . .
Over the past year I have been hearing about Jekyll as a simple solution for creating static content for a websites/blogs without having to worry about a database. I think today is the day I actually do something about this and get something up and running.
As I do with most things I dive right in (sometimes reading . . .
I have been doing angular development for almost two years now building/maintaining an online banking application. We first started off with version 1 of angularjs and slowly upgraded to 1.2.8 which currently is considered legacy . We need to make the movement to push forward now that we "officially" dropped support of IE8 (people . . .