This is part 2 of my Dear Me series, see the first here. While you're young, work hard, work a lot. Work/life balance is really important, but that balance can be what you decide it to be. Don't be afraid to work more than 40 hours. Work doesn't have to be "billable" work, or what... Continue Reading →
Git is a wonderful tool for managing your code. Many code repositories, like GitHub (obvi), BitBucket, Azure DevOps, and others, support git. We covered the basics of git in this post, review that before starting here. Fundamentally, knowing how to do the routine tasks of pull, push, commit, etc. is all you really need to... Continue Reading →
Sometimes it happens, Flow can't find a Form you created. I find this happens the most when you have just created a new form, however I've had other forms just not show up. I don't know why this happens. If you really want to resolve it, contact Microsoft support. I guess it's a caching/timing thing... Continue Reading →
I've been doing this thing for 20 years, what do I wish I knew back then? What might I want to do differently.
We are very excited to share the next evolution of the New England Web Content Management Group (NEWCMG). As we have seen in the industry, an organization's digital footprint should span further than only its website, it has to be more than a single CMS platform. It's only natural for this user group to follow... Continue Reading →
What is Git? The elevator pitch: Git is a repository for code and provides versioning with a capability to easily share and collaborate with others Maybe a little too simple, but at its core, that's what git is about. It provides developers a place to store their code with version control so that they can... Continue Reading →
In my other blog post, I walked through the business case and options behind this flow. My goal in this post is to dive deeper into what the flow is and how it was built. Beauty, isn't it? For starters, the flow is an Automated flow using a SharePoint - When an item is created... Continue Reading →
Company-wide communications are tough to do well. Generally, most rely on mass emails that clutter inboxes of people who ignore them or even set up rules to remove them from their inbox. Larger companies have different office locations, which also have their share of communications which are probably more pertinent to their people than national... Continue Reading →