No. Thanks for coming to my TED talk. I work for Microsoft, but not on the teams who work on .Net or Visual Studio. This piece is entirely *my* opinion and is not informed via any internal insights I hold! Seriously though, what *does* the future hold for .Net developers in 2020? Just last week … Continue reading I’m a .Net developer, do I need to switch languages?
Over the years that I've been talking with public groups on cloud services, and Azure in particular, I will typically have at least one person in every group make a statement like this: "Azure's good, but the free tier isn't as good as AWS." I've discussed this statement with groups enough times that I thought … Continue reading Are Free Tier Cloud Services Worth The Cost?
Unsurprisingly I think the way Cloud Computing is transforming the IT industry is also leading to easier ways to learn and develop skills about the Cloud. In this post I'm going to give a run down on what I think some of the best ways are to start dipping your toe into this space if … Continue reading Quick Links To Help You Learn About Developing For The Cloud
I saw LinkedIn post today from Matt Barrie (head of freelancer.com) where he calls for the end of the ACS due to its questionable relevancy and the way in which it operates its Skills Assessment program. You should have a read. So why am I blogging about it? One item called out in the post … Continue reading Tweet-Pitch Your Job To A Non-Tech Person