I realize this is awfully specific, but I needed to replicate my current hosted WordPress setup for some tests. I… Read More »Building a local WordPress test environment using Windows 10, Docker Desktop, and WSL 2
I’ve briefly written about my home office chair earlier (here, and here). It’s a regular IKEA chair, and the model… Read More »Insights: First week with the Herman Miller Aeron (remastered) chair
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During Ignite, Microsoft announced the public preview of Azure Communication Services. It’s a Platform-as-a-Service service that provides you with a… Read More »Building a custom chat tool with Azure Communication Services
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About 3 years ago I received a phone call. I was working as a consultant, so I often got calls… Read More »Are you building sustainable and long-lasting IT solutions?
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Yet another weekend, and yet another interesting little project I got to work on! I often “scratch my own itch”,… Read More »Building an IoT soil moisture monitoring solution using Azure and Ruuvitag sensors
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