The awesome Advent of Code is back for 2022! You can follow along on my github repo or follow on Twitter or Mastodon. Check out my finished Advent of Code solutions here. You can plug in your own puzzle inputs and find your own answers too! This year, I'll be doing my puzzles in React... Continue Reading →
Should you even blog?
I am a huge fan of blogging as it’s a great way to give to the community, or in my case, give back to my community. I push my teammates to blog, some have done so hesitantly, some more willingly. It’s always been a great discussion just sharing my experience with blogging. The joys. The... Continue Reading →
Advent of Code 2021 is here!
Time for my second year into Advent of Code! The first year was fun, you can see all of my challenges, answers, and thoughts here: https://davidlozzi.com/tag/advent-of-code/. If you're new to this, let me share what I shared last year: I found this neat little site, big thank you to Eric Wastl, called the Advent of Code. It... Continue Reading →
I’ll be Learning Java Spring Boot through a Coding Challenge, join me!
I enjoyed the Advent of Code this past December, a lot, especially since I was doing it with some of my teammates. There were some great lessons learned, and who doesn't love to learn? We were discussing the benefits of a coding challenge like this and decided to think up our own! Our coding challenge... Continue Reading →
Inaugural Boston Digital Experience Platforms and Technologies Meetup is Jan 21st!
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 →
#BosCC32 – Microsoft’s Power Platform: no code development, for realz?
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.
Speaking at Bos365: Office 365 is more than SharePoint
It's true! Office 365 is more than SharePoint, more than Exchange, more than any single service or offering it has. I'm excited to share I'll be presenting next week at the Boston Office 365 User Group, with the goal to explore more of what O365 has to offer. We won't be just talking about what... Continue Reading →
My three wishes for Microsoft Teams
If I could ask three wishes for Microsoft Teams I think Microsoft Teams is great, I prefer it over it's competitors for a few reasons: Fan of the UI, the focus on replying to threads vs an uncontrolled conversation feed Integration across O365 and beyond Stickers! Not GIFs, but the customizable stickers (it's the small... Continue Reading →
[WATCH] Why Microsoft Flow and PowerApps Rock! video and slides from Bos365
I had the wonderful opportunity to share my thoughts on why Microsoft Flow and PowerApps rock at the Boston Office 365 User Group. The session was amazingly well attended, with over 30 people in the room and over 15 online! I was pumped! We walked through several real life demos, and I shared valuable tips... Continue Reading →
My Slides and Scripts for IT Pro intro to Office 365 Dev PnP PowerShell
I had the awesome privileged of speaking at this years SharePoint Saturday New England. It was a great event, and huge thanks to the organizers and sponsors! I presented on the Office Dev PnP PowerShell initiative. This is a great open sourced framework to help expedite a lot of SharePoint related tasks like site management,... Continue Reading →