It's that time again when people take a moment to look back at their achievements in their past year. With this post I'm going to try and do the same. As 2018 runs its course, I stand to reflect on its passing by; learning from
I know that there are already a lot of posts out there explaining the new Virtual Desktop feature in Windows 10.
But this post is meant to be a reminder of sorts. A quick access to the shortcuts and the possibilities that this feature brings
I've been researching the best way for running my Angular 2+ App in Visual Studio for a while now. Mainly because I want to use only one IDE, and -more importantly- I want to have only one set of shortcuts ;). I also want to be
Self-reflections are about systematically asking yourself thought-provoking questions to develop a deeper level of understanding yourself (thoughts, feelings, visions, goals etc.) and your environment (relationships, trends, opportunities etc.).
When I look back at the past year, the most important and significant event is also the
Like any other field, the world of Software Development has some interesting and famous rules, principles and laws. Programmers, developers, managers and architects often use these in conversations, meetings and chats. More than often we tend to nod along, not willing to let our conversation