A few posts back I mentioned that I had become a SimpleTalk author, and that my first post for them was PowerShell Functions For Reusability and Restartability in Azure (read it at http://bit.ly/acred01)
I’ve created a companion video for it, which focuses on creating Resource Groups. You can see it below, or on YouTube at http://bit.ly/acredyt01.
As I mention in the video, you can find the code samples on my github site, at http://bit.ly/acredgit01
My third and final video for my VidCon 2017 coverage.
In the video I mention two products I found on the floor I would be making videos of. These are:
The 10 Foot Mighty Selfie Stick
LumaFusion iOS Video Editor
Below is my update from Day 2 of VidCon 2017. As you’ll see, while I have experience with recording screen presentations I’m still learning the ins and outs of recording myself as video, especially in the audio department.
Bear with me, I’ve already ordered some new equipment to help in the audio world; as I continue to learn things will only get better. While I definitely plan to make screen capture style recordings (such as my PowerShell and XML video) the bulk of my content, I will be doing live presentations, such as this vlog, from time to time.
In the recording I mention several products I saw, the links for which are at the bottom of this post. I want to be clear that these are not paid promotions, nor did I receive any type of compensation. I was just impressed with them and wanted to share.
To find out more about me: http://arcanecode.me
Social Blade: socialblade.com
Mighty Selfie Stick: bit.ly/10ftSelfie
Katie’s YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/ktmh9600
My thoughts on the first day at VidCon 2017, the video creators conference. In keeping with the event I did this as a video blog. More to come!
In this, my first video from my YouTube channel, I give a brief overview of reading, changing, and updating XML files from within PowerShell.
If you enjoy it, please be sure to visit my YouTube page and subscribe for more content.
This is a fascinating read from security researcher Troy Hunt. In it he describes the process by which he investigates a data breach. Well worth the read.
Way back in 2007 I wrote a blog post entitled “Encoding Strings to Base64 in C#”. This continues to be my #1 referenced post.
The guys over at Webucator have turned my post into an instructional video, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. You can find the video on YouTube at:
Make sure to give ‘em a like for all their hard work!