Because every superhero needs a soundtrack
This experience is a heck of a lot of fun, bub.
This past week, I had the opportunity to try out the Marvel Move fitness program. Despite a few bugs here and there, the experience was a LOT of fun and something I plan to continue with.
For those that may not be familiar with the overall parent app (ZRX) and its predecessor fitness program Zombies, Run!, the formula is pretty . . .
It's very good, but not great.
Alright, let's get something out of the way right at the top: I've never been a huge fan of the Guardians of the Galaxy series.
Don't get me wrong, it's a well-executed series and genuinely funny at times but it's just never been my favorite part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I like superhero films that have . . .
Welcome to the new home for my
Version 2.1 - Fixed a minor glitch in delivery that was preventing twitter feed updates.
Version 2.0 - Reintroduction of the app bot after some extended time away. Minor tweaks to monitoring automation. . . .
Out with the old, in with the new.
After an incredibly long hiatus, I've decided the time is right to update my traffic bot for Highway 17.
There's just one issue: due to a confluence of events, I have to create a new
So, consider this a friendly announcement for the new and improved bot: @TheDriveOn17
More to come soon . . .
More security controls in the market need a feature like this.
I'm digging the "What If" tool in Azure Conditional Access component. The idea is simple: as you're building policies, you can throw various scenarios at the policy engine to understand what the heck it'll do.
This gives admins the opportunity to observe effects and perhaps test variations of authentication use . . .
Just a friendly reminder that the Microsoft sensitive operations report workbook exists and can be super helpful.
For those unfamiliar, it's an Azure Monitor workbook designed to capture activities/events that could be critical or impactful for Azure AD. Examples include:
- Modified application and service . . .