What the heck? Why did I get redirected to this blog?
As I mentioned in a prior blog post, I've begun transitioning to a newer blogging platform that's (hopefully) a little easier to maintain. Part of that effort includes consolidating other projects/sites of mine (like Edgevolt Labs).
So, what the heck does this actually mean? Moving forward, future updates for various . . .
In case it's helpful, here's a breakdown of Roku debug menus/features
Channel Info Menu
- Press the home button 3 times.
- Enter the following sequence: up, up, left, right, left, right.
Clear Cache / Reboot
- Press the home button 5 times.
- Enter the following sequence: up, . . .
A (zero trust) picture is worth a thousand words :-)
I’ve been meaning to do this for awhile now… Here’s my own list of handy commands/one-liners.
Azure - Bash
az group create --name <resourcegroupname> --location <region> - Create a resource group in bash cloud console.
az acr create --resource-group <resourcegroupname> --name . . .
Well, after a seemingly excessive amount of deliberation, I've finally landed on Silvrback as my blogging platform of choice. My site has gone through a lot of changes throughout the years and at this point, I'm valuing simplicity, minimalism, and efficiency.
So why Silvrback specifically?
- It prioritizes . . .
...productivity is not about getting more things done; it's about getting the right things done. It's about starting each day with clarity and ending with a sense of satisfaction, accomplishment, and energy to spare.
I love this quote by noted author and productivity enthusiast Michael Hyatt. It resonates with me . . .
Because you can never have too much study material.
Alrighty! Time to get started on the SC-100 exam! What follows is a breakdown of the various study resources I'm using. Time permitting, I'll update it with additional resources I come across along the way.
- Exam Ref SC-100 from Microsoft Press - The authoritative book/reference for the exam.
- Microsoft . . .