Spoiler Alert: I am changing role! My Past Life as a Public Servant Five years ago almost to the day, I took one of the most important decision of my life. Quit a job I’ve had for almost 13 years as a public servant in the Canadian Federal Government and which almost ensured me job […]Read More Next Step in my Journey at Microsoft
I’ve been experimenting over the past few weeks with a project I’ve been planning to work on for years now. It is this concept of being able to deploy PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) in a server-less mode. In any traditional DSC project, the actual configuration gets executed by a local service that comes with […]Read More Cloud LCM – Prototype for DSC-as-a-Service
While my blog has been quiet for the past month and a half, the team and I have been on the contrary, extremely busy working on the Office365DSC project. We have recently released version 220.127.116.118 onto the PowerShell gallery, which is packed with new features and improvements. To learn more about what is new with […]Read More Office365DSC – Release 18.104.22.1688 (October 2019)
I have been touring several countries over the past few years trying to promote good DevOPS practices for SharePoint and Office 365 admins when it comes to writing configurations for their environments. Every time I do a presentation on this topic, I am amazed at just how little understanding of the basics concepts of the […]Read More What is Configuration-as-Code
Last May, my colleague Brian Lalancette and I presented at the 2019 SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas. Our session’s title was IT Pros, get relevant now! and it has been recorded and made available on PluralSight. You can find the recording of our session at https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/sharepoint-conference-2019-session-19. The session discusses the future of the AutoSPInstaller project, […]Read More My SharePoint Conference 2019 Session is Now on PluralSight!