Hello, I'm Jason
I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?
By now I’m sure you have heard about TechBash. TechBash is a conference located in the Poconos and covers a variety of topics including, but not limited to, application and web development, design, QA and test engineering methods, and soft skills. TechBash is now offering single-day tickets for those who cannot attend the 3 or 4 days. You can choose your favorite one or two days of content and get tickets for only $199 per day. Each single day registration includes breakfast, lunch, coffee, and snacks. It also includes the activities for that individual day. For example:Read More
TechBash is a platform agnostic technical conference that draws attendees from a large geographic region including New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington DC, and even further. The event is entering it’s fourth year and there are currently two ways you can get involved with TechBash 2019:Read More
The Greater Wyoming Area softball team that my two girls play on, covering ages 9-11, will be traveling to the Pennsylvania State tournament. Our first game is tentatively scheduled for Friday, July 26th at 4pm. The tournament will be taking place this year in Greenburg, PA, home of the West Point Little League. I’ll be posting more fundraising information very soon. However, if you are in or around Januzzi’s Pizza in Exeter on July 6th, there will be a fundraiser where 10% of the bill for takeout orders and 20% of the bill for eat in orders will be donated to the GWA Softball team.Read More
We’re now less than 24 hours away from closing the Call for Speakers. At last check, we now have over 420 submissions from over 175 presenters. On behalf of all of the board members, we appreciate everyone that has taken the time to show interest in this event. But, there’s still time. Feel free to submit to TechBash 2019 by visiting: https://sessionize.com/techbash2019/Read More
In a previous post titled Setting up a CDN using Azure Storage, I had explained how to use an Azure CDN resource on top of an Azure Storage account. However, there will be very few instances where you’d want to use the AzCopy command line utility or Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer application to push content every time a CDN change is needed. In fact, most folks would want to check in files and/or code using source control such as GitHub or Azure DevOps.Read More
Many websites today use a content delivery network (CDN) to serve static content to their users. This is because CDNs can cache and compress static content as well as providing geo-redundancy services. Microsoft Azure has CDN capabilities contained within its resource portfolio. In this article, we’ll want through configuring Azure to serve up CDN content from an Azure Storage account.Read More