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Posts from 2019:
16 Sep 2019
future learning objectives
As the final quarter of 2019 has approached us, I’m setting out some learning objectives for the next 3 months. This post describes my learning objectives and why I’ve chosen those particular subjects.Read full post: Learning Objectives for Quarter 4 of 2019...
07 Jul 2019
google chrome offline download
You may have hit a situation where you need to install Google Chrome on a machine without internet. This is particularly the case when I’m managing servers without external internet access.Read full post: Downloading Google Chrome without internet...
05 May 2019
windows pin taskbar powershell
Today I was looking for a solution to create a shortcut to Windows .exe files / Windows binaries / Windows Applications (whatever you want to call them). For future reference, here is a solution which works perfectly with Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10. All credits go to the original author for the starting point. I just made some simple amends and modified the script to take a list of arguments so multiple applications can be added to the Windows Taskbar at the same time. This solution can be used with configuration management and provisioning tools. All you have to do is supply a list of applications to be pinned and invoke a powershell script. Awesome!Read full post: How to pin programs to taskbar with powershell in Windows 10 or Windows Server 2012+...
11 Apr 2019
visual studio code visual studio code export plugins
You may have a situation where you need to export your config to another machine, or you may want to share your visual studio code plugins list with another developer. Luckily, there is a nice way of doing this through the command line.Read full post: How to export Visual Studio Code Plugins list...
03 Mar 2019
powershell organised backups monthly archive
Today I want to share a super handy Powershell snippet for creating monthly archivesRead full post: Organising backups in a monthly folder structure with Powershell...