It is one of those questions you constantly struggle with throughout any technical career: Should I learn this latest and greatest technology that is out? Do I need to learn it, do I want to learn it, do I get left behind if I don't? The truth is that you can't learn everything so how do you know what to focus on?The sections below are not mutually exclusive, nor do you have to fulfill all of them. If you can say "yes" to one of them, then you are probably okay to invest time in the technology in...
As some people know, I have been very passionate about Windows Phone since the early days of the platform. I am still using a Windows 10 Mobile device, and I still love the operating system and the Windows 10 platform. However, I am not living in a cave, and I do realise that the future potential of the Windows mobile platform is limited. I still don't think it is "dead", but it is certainly limited. I started learning Xamarin a couple of years ago, to use my C# knowledge and skills for building...
Eventually you'll reach a point where you need to run multiple instances of an application or a service for high availability or to manage increased load. That's what load balancers are for. There's generally two different types:What many people would call a "load balancer" is actually a server-side load balancer. It can be implemented in hardware or software. The traffic is sent to a dedicated service that decides where to send the traffic, using an algorithm like round-robin, to one of the...
As a Software Engineer I'm always keeping up to date with technology and one of the things that helps me do that is book reviews. Right now, I'm reviewing The Book of R: A First Course in Programming and Statistics by Tilman M. Davies. R is a programming language used in statistical computing and has gained in popularity in the recent years due to the explosion of data and its applications like Machine Learning.
"What is the one technology I need to learn to get a job like the one you have?" - this is a question I've received from time to time, and my answer would vary, depending on who asked. Or rather; who I perceive the questioner to be - I cannot *know* for a fact what most suits his or her particular ambitions and style.. But in the last few years my answer, more often than not, has been "PowerShell"! Simply because I see it as one of the most important and game-changing technologies to come out of...
But the features do not end there....
How to initiate git through sshlogin using shh~~~git
$ ssh [email protected]
~~~creating a folder
$ mkdir folder_name
~~~changing to that newly created folder~~~git
$ cd folder_name
~~~initiating as a master branch~~~git
$ git init --bare
~~~changing the windows pack~~~git
$ git config pack.window 0
~~~##step 5 : clone to local machine usingcloning the newly created folder to local~~~git
$ git clone [email protected]
~~~adding the all files which are created
Recently, I was drafting some PowerShell codes and stumbled across which conditional statement should I use for a very simple task and decided to explore abit more on their performance differences.Below is a sample code that I have coded to display the result of the overall performance between some of the conditional statements method and it is purely for educational coding purposes.If anyone is interested to find out, copy the codes below, paste it on PowerShell ISE and run it.
This script is based on Mike Pfeiffer'sIt shows how many users are currently connected to each CAS detailing each sessions per protocol (RPC, OWA and EAS)You can get the client load distribution per server, how many users are connected in each server and know when the mail client services are ready after a maintenance reboot.The following powershell script will grab performance counter data from each CAS server to determine the number of active EAS, OWA and RPC sessions:~~~powershell[PSObject]...
In our company we has VDI infrastrucure with virtual machines pools working at Windows Server Hyper-V 2012 R2.
Because we has many GPO, that fast changed, applied to workstation we need to reboot machines occasionally. But not used machines went to save state if not using about 10 minutes.
So we decide write this script to "reboot machines" at night and create a task in windows scheduler. As we has 4 pools we create 4 scripts for pools VMs and 4 tasks, that run at night with interval...