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I've been promising for a while to do a live stream of my weekly update and for this 47th edition I went for it. 😀 Thank you to everyone that tuned in and participated, sorry for the technical issues at the start, thank you for baring with me! 😀

During my update I talked about a couple of thing...

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Geeks on Screen with Coffee

Mark Pryce-Maher reached out to me recently and asked if I would be a guest on his and I jumped at the chance as the show is something I've seen happening and wanted to be a part of. 😀

So on the 16th July Mark and I will be having a chat. It's a non technical chat, just a couple of geeks h...

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Printer at home

Printers were always my arch nemesis when I was in IT Support, toners would always explode on the days when I wrote white shirts or I'd have to spend hours trying to find that tiny bit of paper that was still triggering the paper jam sensors. I loved to hate printers.

As much as we all talk ab...

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Home Office Setup

In December (or maybe early January) I got a Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard for the home office. I was excited and apprehensive about it, if I'll be honest. I am a massive fan of the keyboards the Microsoft Surface team have been creating on their devices and just love the feeling and re...

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I've recorded my 46th weekly update video! Where I talk about some Azure news and also the community engagements that I've been involved in this week.

You can tune in either in video format or audio format, the links are below, enjoy! 👍

During my update this week I talked about a couple of pi...

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Fundamentals

Certifications, exams are something that I've done at school and also throughout my professional career. I sat my first Microsoft exam back in 2011. That exam was the now expired Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Administrator, ever since them I've gone to to sit exams on Windows Server, Microsof...

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Azure, Office and Data Community (Singapore)

One benefit of the current pandemic lock down that we all find ourselves in is that the amount of user group, conferences and meetups going online is allowing people the change to either attend or speak at events that they normally wouldn't be able to due to travel/budget constraints. I will be s...

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I've recorded another weekly update video/podcast, I am off work today (again), so I've went with a recorded video rather than a live stream. Hopefully get back to the live stream event when I am back working a Friday again. 😉

You can tune into my update either in video format or in audio form...

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GitHub for the IT Pro

GitHub is one of those tools that I always considered to be a developer tool and never thought about learning, until about three years ago. I then realised that I was so wrong to class it as developer only tool! I've come to use GitHub on a regularly basis and in this video I talk about how I us...

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East Sweden Microsoft User Group

Earlier this month I put out a tweet saying I was available to speak at user groups, if anyone was in need of a speaker. My good friend Simon Binder reached out and asked if I'd like to speak at the very first East Sweden Microsoft User Group that he and Alexander Arvidsson are launching. An...

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