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Eric Gregorich

I'm Eric, a Solutions Architect specializing in the Microsoft Power Platform, SharePoint, and other related technologies.

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Productivity

Losing the ability to read and think deeply

I’m losing my ability to read deeply and understand what I’m reading, and I’m not alone. I used to be able to sit with a book for hours at a time, fully immersed. I would put the book down and still think about what I read, processing

Productivity

Document your work!

Please document your work! I’m speaking from the context of a software developer/architect, but this also applies elsewhere. Currently, it may feel like a waste of time. You may think, “I’ll remember this.” or “I’ll never do this again.” I’ve been there (and still think

Development

Thoughts about code comments

For many years, I thought my code should be clean and easy to read, and therefore I don’t need to use comments. The code itself should be “self-documenting”. Over time, my view on comments has changed. I’ve learned to appreciate comments in my solutions, especially when I’m

Power Apps

Bypass first access consent dialog in Power App

How to use PowerShell to disable the consent dialog showing when a user opens Power Apps for the first time or when a new connection is added.

Productivity

Use an index card to manage your daily tasks and notes

Using an index card is a simple technique to help you focus during the day. This is not a replacement for your task application or calendar but an addition. The point is to help you be less distracted and keep your planned tasks front and center while you work.  Review

Productivity

The secret to being a productive person

My productivity journey has been a rollercoaster of discovery and learning since 2002. I was transitioning to be a developer in my day job and doing web design on the side. I was also starting a family, newly married, with a kid on the way. My time was consumed with