Author Archives: Mark
So you have git working with VS Code (even if it’s a local TFS server), and you were wondering: Now what? Well, now you git to work.
I am consistently impressed with Visual Studio Code. It’s light weight, it’s open source, it’s on OS X, Windows, and Linux, and it’s free. Whether the use case is having people on different platforms, and different hardware configurations, having the … Continue reading
For me, the Windows Phone Authenticator app is a must-have. I’ve been using it on Windows Phone 8.1 for a while, and I love it. I can’t see myself working without it. And then I got Windows 10 Mobile and … Continue reading
We’ve all been there. Sitting in a meeting, carefully explaining what it is that, “you do.” Defining acronyms, using kludged paraphrasing, and ham-fisted allegories. Sometimes, it feels like you’re speaking a different language. Well, on a certain level, that’s exactly … Continue reading