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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?
As time has passed, I’ve been considering “cord cutting” and cancelling our DirecTV service. There’s more and more compelling services available and we’ve been finding ourselves only watching locals, sports, weather, and, during Christmas, Hallmark. My last DirecTV bill was over $200 and included $46 in equipment services (DVR, protection plan, and receivers), $100 for the base plan, $27 for regional sports, and $49 for Sunday Ticket. Even if I no longer subscribe to the Sunday Ticket, I’m still at $176.91. In addition, I found out that our DirecTV service was increasing in cost.Read More
Amazon released their annual press release earlier today detailing their Black Friday deals week. Sales will kick off this Friday, November 22nd, and will feature new deals every day. For example, you can save up to 40% on toys from LEGO, Barbie, Hot Wheels and more or up to 50% on Lands’ End clothing. Deals will also be found on KitchenAid and adidas. The sale wraps up on Black Friday, November 29th.Read More
We’re streaming live from TechBash 2019. We’ll kick things off this morning with Jeff Fritz talking about Keeping Your Skills Current in an Open Source World. Our full schedule of streaming can be found by visiting https://techbash.com/2019-schedule. We’ll also have a Diversity round table at 1:30pm ET. For streaming details, visit https://techbash.com.Read More
Earlier today at Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft had announced a brand new technology called Azure Arc. Azure Arc allows you to take any Azure service deployable to any Kubernetes end point. This includes, but is not limited to deploying Azure SQL and Azure App Services to HPE Greenlink, Amazon AWS, or Google Cloud Platform. This allows a unified multi-cloud, multi-environment offering that can be managed from the same portal.Read More
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