I just got some bad advice this week from a prospective mentor. Their advice: write a business plan. On the surface this seems logical. Duh, you have to have a business plan. But following that advice right now could mean the end of my startup venture. Here’s why: Advertisements
An architect friend of mine used to tell me about restaurants he designed doing “soft openings” where they get their people and processes tuned up a little, then have their highly promoted Grand Opening. That has been my plan for my little startup
The SCCM Guru webcast series sponsored by BDNA a few years ago was awesome! I was slammed with projects at the time, but I caught as many as I could and hoarded as much of the content as I could collect at the time, and of course got my t-shirt!
Extending some techniques found in the MVP blog posts below, I worked out a method for importing existing Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates (e.g. custom Quickstart templates from the Gallery) into Visual Studio 2015 where you have a greater wealth of tools for working with them,
Pardon my silence, I’ve had my head in the cloud…
“It is not the critic who counts… The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena…”