At this point in the year, I always take some time to reflect on successes, failures, and general thoughts for the past, present, and future. Here’s my review of 2020, with the hopes for an even more incredible 2021 for everyone!
As a companion article to my video entry for this year’s Festive Tech Calendar 2020, here are the shared resources and some additional gift resources to help you learn and master Azure Log Analytics!
A few weeks ago, I was contacted by two renowned Microsoft Azure MVPs Richard Hooper…
For the first time in Microsoft Ignite history (now 5 years strong with the #MSIgnite…
Configuring Clouds has been selected as a Top 50 Microsoft Azure Blogs to follow in 2020 by Feedspot.com!
Introducing the PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals Study Guide
In this episode of The Uptake Podcast, Anna Chu, Paul Warren, and Chris Gill had a raw and honest conversation about being vulnerable and authentic, growing the community, being a mentor, discussing neurodiverse as well as neurotypical folks, navigating the workplace with a “hidden superpower”, and helping children through their life experiences in an effort to foster inclusive communities and growth mindsets.
When users forget to lock their workstations and/or sign out from the Azure portal when finished, this globally established Azure AD directory-level setting automatically signs out the account when a maximum idle time has been reached. There are a number of preset values, or you can utilize a custom value to enforce (in both hours and minutes).
Everyone is talking about COVID-19, and rightfully so. It can be overwhelming to continually hear about it in the news, social networks, phone calls, text messages, and at work. On top of this uncertainty, a TON of the world’s workforce is also being sent home to work remotely and for most people, this is their very first experience with this type of “work” or “WFH” (I have sporadically worked from home, so this week has been the longest stretch for me as well).
In November 2019, I accepted a challenge from two incredible entrepreneurial spirits and friends, Dona Sarkar and Sarah Haggard. After speaking up about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), I was “strongly volunTOLD” that this 40-in-40 challenge would not only help to build my brand and further develop my storytelling abilities, but most importantly, be a great way to give back to the community and raise awareness for mental health and neurodiversity. Now, I truly struggle with the word “disorder”, as each of these so-called disorders give us “abilities” to be successful and have “superpowers” in situations where others may struggle. This challenge would give a rare opportunity to try and educate/change the mindset for folks, as well as increase self-awareness for readers on the journey.