The problem with not blogging for a while is that I have a lot of pent up desire to post things that I’ve been thinking about and doing over the last couple of weeks, not enough time to do it, nor the will power to type it all out.
As we all know, Azure is fairly close to my heart these days and three’s been a lot of activity in Azure across a whole host of offerings.
Back in January, I drafted a blog post on how to configure a SQL Azure Sync Group to provide database high availability and geo distribution. I decided that actually there was so much content there, it would have been too long for a blog post so I have published it instead as a .pdf document on TechNet Gallery instead.
Quite, quite some time ago, I posted here (http://richardjgreen.net/2009/11/26/music-library-masterpiece-part-1/) about all of the work I had put into my music library like naming the files, folders updating ID3v2 tags and applying Folder.jpg and embedded album art to all the tracks. The updated version of the Windows 8 Music app includes a feature now where if […]
Title says it all. I’ve been using Windows 8 for a week or so at work on my main desktop now. It’s running the English (United Kingdom) RTM build. Very nice for a major market like the UK to finally get it’s own regionalised build. I’ve had my desktop hooked to my Microsoft Account to […]