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?
On Friday, I had blogged about how Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer had an issue with the Copy URL functionality. I found out late last night that this has been resolved in version 1.13.1 which is available immediately by visiting https://github.com/microsoft/AzureStorageExplorer/releases and will be propagated to the Windows Update servers within the next 12-24 hours.Read More
Back on May 9th, I posted about a limitation with GitHub Pages. As of that time, I was unaware of an effort, first documented on April 27th, to use GitHub Actions to deploy a Jekyll site to GitHub Pages. After looking into this more, this will allow you to use Jekyll 4, some of the Jekyll 4 enhancements and even include unsupported Jekyll plugins. Be sure to check it out.Read More
The Call for Speakers for TechBash 2020 ends tonight. TechBash is an event geared towards web and software development, DevOps, and cloud technologies. We continue to feature speakers from a very diverse skillset and background. To submit for the event, you can visit the link over at Sessionize by visiting https://jasong.us/tb20cfp.Read More
I’m hiring! I’m currently looking to fill a variety of roles as our organization continues to expand. I’ve placed a few highlights under each of the positions below. Please review the general descriptions and if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me, or apply and ask our Human Resource team. Hope to see you soon!Read More
Over the past several weeks I’ve hinted that I may move my website, JasonGaylord.com, over to GitHub Pages. I wanted to do this for a few reasons. The biggest reason was to focus more on delivering content and posts and less on the way something looked and how it worked. CloudScribe is a great .NET Core CMS that offers a lot of flexibility in a full featured website. However, that’s not the needs of my personal site.Read More
I’ve been searching all over the web trying to find a way that I could schedule posts for future dates on GitHub pages. I have a tendency of writing content well in advance and scheduling the content to be released for future dates. I was struggling to find a sound solution for this. Searching online directed me to:Read More