The Unbelievably Powerful Multi Select - Being more productive in Visual Studio, ultimately leads to developers getting more done during the day. This is because developers spend most of their working day using Visual Studio. It therefore makes sense to know the hidden productivity tricks that Visual Studio has to
Struggling With Imposter Syndrome - There is no greater obstacle in a professionals career than having to deal with imposter syndrome. It is a very real phenomenon and you would be surprised at how many programmers are struggling with imposter syndrome. It has to do with the fact that you
Cool life hacks - When it comes to being productive, everyone seems to rehash the same items over and over again. These are usually some form of the following:
Talking about some or other to-do list application
Monitoring the time you spend using specific apps or visiting specific websites
Email Automation Microsoft Flow - I have a private Outlook.com email account. It is a good idea to separate your personal and work email accounts. The problem is, the emails never get easier to manage. This post will discuss the automation of an Outlook.com email. In particular, it will show
Debugging Microsoft Flows - Sometimes the flows you create will fail. You need to then figure out exactly where and why the flow you created failed. If you are familliar to debugging, you will know that sometimes a process will work flawlessly... the first time. Consequtive attempts fail because of
Automate Trello - Let us have a look at using Microsoft Flow to automate Trello boards. Suppose you want to add a new DevOps work item when a Trello card is moved into the In progress list. In addition to that, you want to add this work item as a
Having a tech blog will make you better at writing code. That is a fact. I have seen the benefits of this throughout my career as a software developer. You might wonder how this can be true. Well you see, blogging about certain concepts awakens a certain curiosity within you.
Flexible Working Hours
Flexible Working Hours sounds quite idyllic, right? I saw a really great quote on LinkedIn this weekend. It said:
If you can't trust your employees to work flexibly, why hire them in the first place?
The thing is this, if you can show me one good reason why companies do not
IT Professionals came from somewhere beyond the memory of normal mortals. They are a special breed of person. This is the tale of their evolution. Back in the late 80's, my mom bought me a computer. Well, she actually bought it for the family, but I used it more often
Programming Tools For Developers
What tools do you use in conjunction with your IDE to extend your capabilities? In the previous article in this series, I looked at how important it was to know your IDE. Did you know that you can show and hide the line numbers in Visual Studio? While