Moving from one technology stack to another can be a daunting task, especially when the new stack is vastly different from what you are used to. In my case, I had to make the switch from C#, .Net Core, jQuery, Windows, Azure, Azure DevOps to Java, SpringBoot, Linux, Openshift, Jenkins, and Bitbucket becuase of a… Read More »
If you are using Citrix Director not on a Platinum Edition and you want to report on your trends beyond last month then most probably you are out of luck as the Citrix Director web interface only supports the following time periods: Last 2 hours, Last 24 hours, Last 7 days and Last Month. It became… Read More »
I was quite lucky to have a try on this device last September when we scheduled a demo for our company at Microsoft Sydney office, to add to that when I had a first hand demo on this it was only me and the Regional manager for HoloLens at Microsoft covering Asia-Pacific, Japan and China,… Read More »
Since its popular now adays and I have these things so why not! Did you get it?
Most phones nowadays are considered as a smartphones as they can perform tasks similar to what you can do in a full blown computer but is there a device that works the other way around? Meaning it’s a computer with a phone? Well don’t search for that device anymore because it is available and it… Read More »
You might be wondering what is this Samsung Gear 360 doing here in my dev blog, well first I just want to share my experience on being one of the first in New Zealand to try it out and second there is a big possibility that this device will be used in my future projects.
A lot of you might be wondering why Windows skipped a version. I guess the code below will explain.
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Just wanted to share a common question that is always asked on why Active Directory returns only 1000 results when you perform a query. It is a limitation imposed by Active Directory by default, but it does not mean you cannot increase that values. You can always increase it by changing the MaxPageSize setting in… Read More »
I think even its just once in a while its nice to add some non serious articles (still technically inclined) in a technical blog like this and I would want to start with this post. This is regarding easter eggs you find in Google Products (at least the one that I know of). Easter eggs… Read More »