A summary of Scott Guthrie’s Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour in Munich - in short: it was SUPER AWESOME!
TIL: Today I learned how easy it is to send emails with Powershell and an Office 365 mail account.
2017 was a very special year. And a super busy one. And exciting - well, almost all adjectives would fit for that CRAZY year! It was full of work, community stuff - and family time…!!!!
In my current project we provision large and complex Azure environments, subscriptions VMs, networking permissions and all that. Some of the scripts have many many parameters - so in a month it would be nice to see how the script were started and with what parameters. With the cmdlet start-transcript you get all the information what happens in the script as a nice log file. But unfortunately the parameters that were used to start the script are not in there. In this post, I show you how to easily add them to the transcript!
Today I had my very first (recorded) interview. Thomas Maier from Office365akademie.de asked me some very interesting questions how to migrate from SharePoint 2007-2016 to SharePoint Online/Office 365. We talked almost 30 minutes about all challenges (there are more, of course!) you might encounter. Good fun!
Roughly 2 weeks after the last bootcamp its time to sum up - and share the slides!
A must-go-to event is early next year! Scott Guthrie is coming to Germany - Berlin and Munich - and shows us a “code-first” event! He personally codes on stage - live!
As you can see in the gif above, I created a very simple customization for a specific usecase: My users created deep folder hierarchies (of course I told them not to!) with very descriptive names (metadata!) - and if they navigate deep deep inside, they have to use the tiny scrollbar on the left. And once they navigate, the scroll position is gone. Bummer! Even the enabled tree view did not help. Let’s improve that!
After over 6 years and 185 blog posts its time to leave Wordpress as a blogging platform and move on to Hugo. This move is not because I had to, but in the past I replaced many of the services I used to managed services (I am looking at you, Office 365!) - and this tiny blog is the only reason I have to maintain a, most of the time, outdated linux VM with a fully fledged nginx, a slow and certainly unsecured MySql database and what not - for a blog… that does not feel right.