MSBuild2020: My Thoughts

Since we are now in the era of digital conferences and meetups, Microsoft's popular Build conference turned digital too with the event being free for everyone and the first 1000 registrants getting a sweet Swag box from Microsoft. The keynote by Satya Nadella was as usual on-point with the current situation we are in and... Continue Reading →

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 →

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