Building a simple and secure DNS updater for Azure DNS with PowerShell

(or: making life better by fixing one small issue at a time) I love designing and building solutions for my customers. Lately they’ve been more on the Microsoft Azure side, especially with serverless and security. The problems I encounter are interesting, require me to dive deep into certain aspects of the customer’s business domain and Read more about Building a simple and secure DNS updater for Azure DNS with PowerShell[…]

Thoughts on Always Connected PCs from the Microsoft and Qualcomm partnership

I’m attending Microsoft Build 2018 in Seattle this week, and it’s been an eye-opening 4 days to ingest, digest and hopefully apply everything I’ve learned here. It’s more about inspiration and mental notes on what I need to look into when I get back home, but this time I also took the opportunity to visit Read more about Thoughts on Always Connected PCs from the Microsoft and Qualcomm partnership[…]

Making Remote Desktop fun again: Dynamic resizing and resolution changes while connected

I remember reading about this feature when Windows 8.1 was made generally available in late 2013, but for I didn’t have time then to try this out. Today while being connected to my home server to do some development work I decided to test if the new features in Remote Desktop (RDP) work or provide Read more about Making Remote Desktop fun again: Dynamic resizing and resolution changes while connected[…]

Working from home: Using a standing desk

On Spring 2013 I made the decision to consciously start working more often from home. One of the reasons for this was – obviously – the open office, which I felt was a productivity blocker for me. My commute isn’t that bad, after we moved our office to the heart of Helsinki, Finland. Typically it Read more about Working from home: Using a standing desk[…]