ONTechU Azure&DevOps Workshop

Again this year, I had the honour and pleasure to give a workshop to 4th-year Software Engineering students at my alma-mater regarding Azure & DevOps. The Slideshow is presented below. Unfortunately due to the events unfolding right now around the world, this workshop had to be virtual but it was no less fun, I just... Continue Reading →

My WFH Tips

Right after university, I was lucky enough to start working with IBM. Back then, IBM had a very friendly WFH (Work From Home) policy, and although I lived 5 minutes away from the IBM lab (5 minutes walking ­čÖé ), I made sure I leveraged that policy from time-to-time. As for my current position, it... Continue Reading →

A Preparation Guide for AZ-300

  Today,┬á I took the AZ-300 (Microsoft Azure Technologies) and passed with the best score so far in any certification exam I took. As many of you know, AZ-300 is the first exam of the two exams required to get the Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert┬árole. After taking the exam, it seems like the... Continue Reading →

Azure Disks vs AWS EBS

Introduction Talking to different Customers and even Architects in the Cloud Computing world, I noticed that Azure disks seem to have a bad reputation compared to AWS's EBS volumes. There is a lot of chatter of how users tend to experience lots of latency when using Azure disks and experience performance issues that affect their... Continue Reading →

WordPress High Availability

Introduction: High Availability┬áwithin WordPress is a complex issue. Unlike AEM and SiteCore, WordPress does not have an authoring node in its default design. So the challenge is whenever an author goes to /wp-admin and authors content, how do we make sure all nodes are in sync ? In the past and in some current environments,... Continue Reading →

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