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I'm slightly late with my weekly video as I was at a conference on Friday and it is a fairly short one this week as I am not feeling very well unfortunately.

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This week I talk about attending the Women in Tech Scotland event in Edinburgh and the two conferences that I am on the organising committee for. As well as a whisky that was made using Azure Artifical Intelligence.

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Women in Tech Scotland

Glasgow Azure User Group

Scottish Su...

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Azure Migrate

As regulars to my blog will know I am a huge fan of the Azure Migrate product that Microsoft released in 2018. The first iteration of the product assessed your VMware environment and provided you with insightful feedback so you could start to plan out your migration from your on-premises data c...

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In March 2017 a statue called "The Fearless Girl" was installed in New York to symbolise gender-diversity and the power of women in leadership.

Over a year earlier in June 2016 I was in London watching my Mum, be fearless and present a session at the SITS - The Service Desk & IT Support Show....

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Back when I was a SysAdmin one of my roles was to create and maintain server images for quick deployment, so I often had templates for customer environments. They weren't perfect but they helped to make the creating of a new virtual server a bit more streamlined and consistent. For the customers t...

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Intelligent Cloud Conference

Back in December 2018 I submitted some sessions via Sessionize to the Intelligent Cloud Conference call for speakers and in January I received two wonderful emails confirming that two of my sessions had been picked!

I had never visited Denmark before and was excited about getting the brie...

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Techsnips

Learning Azure
Techsnips

Techsnips is a free learning platform where people "from the trenches" provide training content that others can consume. The snips/videos that are recorded are short in nature, anywhere between 1 minute to 10 minutes. The content doesn't include any slides and is designed to be easy to consume,...

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Azure

My day job involves talking to customers about moving their existing on-premises environment to Azure and one of the first things people want to understand is how cost effective the move will be. There are a number of ways that this data can be gathered, I'm a big fan of using Azure Migrate and...

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Podcasts

Earlier this year I reached out to the community via Twitter saying I'd love to be be a guest on podcasts and some folk reached out and some of the interviews I'd done are now live and available to listen to.

TechStringy

Techstringy

Back in February I sat down with Paul Stringfellow, who the Technica...

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Azure DevOps

As you may know I moved my blog away from WordPress in August 2018 and have been running Grav on Azure since. My source code is stored in Azure DevOps and my Azure Web App has just been pulling the code into the Web App whenever I do a new commit. However, as my blog has grown with more conten...

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