I'm pleased to share I am speaking at this year's Boston Code Camp on November 23rd. I am sharing the wonder and excitement that is Microsoft's Power Platform, from a developer's point of view.
This is a pretty simple concept that can bring tremendous value and insight to you, the creator of a PowerApp. Modern development practices encourage gathering insights from your users' interactions within your application. With these insights, you can decide how to mature and grow your product. How do we achieve this within PowerApps?
Imagine a weekend, only 48 hours, with more than 100 of Boston's best and brightest, piled up in a single space, a little tired, coffee flowing, building 48 brand new websites for 48 worthy nonprofits. "Where do I sign up?"You, just now 48in48.org is a volunteer organization that facilitates these amazing weekends across the country.... Continue Reading →
I'm very excited to get the New England CMS meetup back up and running! If you live in New England and are in the WCMS space, I need your help, can you fill out the survey? This will help me better understand you, the members, and how best to setup this meetup going forward. Also, please join our meetup... Continue Reading →
Yes, I'm being passive aggressive... Just want to get this out there. What do you think, Lozzi.........Ummm... That is by far the worst feeling. During the meeting, someone calls upon your wisdom and guidance but you have no idea what they're talking about. There are sly ways to get around it, answer with a question,... Continue Reading →
I spent WAY too much time trying to figure this out. I'm a recently new Mac user, so some of this was just my own lack of understanding the Mac. I Google'd this for a long time, and now want to throw together this post for my own reference and maybe it'll help someone else.
I've been a consultant for over 20 years: I've been the eager junior developer, the overworked IT guy, the senior developer, the over eager team lead, the under qualified architect. I love my career and where I am today, however, I've also taken a lot of time off and haven't always had great success with... Continue Reading →
I recently shared a post about an Easter Egg I created in the application I'm working on for my client. As fun as this is, I had to ask the question: should we? Easter Eggs are prevalent throughout consumer applications and websites, but what about enterprise software? What about the apps we use at work?... Continue Reading →
I've been a developer for 20 years and I've never made an easter egg. I finally have, in tribute to Netflix show Stranger Things. This is a super simple script, throw it into your app and then call window.upsideDown(). I set this up so that when a user was searching for the phrase Stranger Things... Continue Reading →