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  • Documentation using Azure DevOps and Obsidian

    My company and I decided to use Azure DevOps for shared documentation of our best practices, standards, deployment steps, and other SOPs. What I like about it is that anyone in the team can easily view and edit the documentation online. But for those inclined, we can use Git and keep the files … read more

  • How to Add an H-Card to Your Micro.blog Site

    An h-card is an open microformat standard for embedding data in HTML that is often used to establish identity online. However, you can easily add your own H-Card to your Micro.blog site by editing your site footer from your account. Log into your Micro.blog account and click Design > Edit Footer. … read more

  • I’ve been busy rebuilding an old workflow solution with modern APIs in a modular format enabling my team to reuse components across many solutions.

    It’s been a lot of fun, and easy to lose track of time!

  • Document your work!

    Please, document your work! I’m speaking from the context of a software developer/architect, but this also applies elsewhere. In the moment, 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 … read more

  • Fade in your website using CSS

    If you would like to add a simple effect to your website that makes the page appear to fade in, you can do this through some simple CSS. Add the following CSS. Adjust the seconds as desired. This determines how quickly the page will fade in. Next, update your HTML body tag to include this onload … read more

  • Use NVM to manage Node versions

    NVM allows you to install multiple versions of Node.js onto your machine, allowing you to switch between Node.js versions without actually reinstalling quickly. Why do you need multiple versions of Node.js? If you work with different types of apps, you may have specific dependencies. For example, I … read more