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After working with the New MacBook Pro 2016 I must admit: It is better than expected! I was worried after all the bad comments and some of the early tests.

At least for me the upgrade from the three-year-old MacBook Air to the new MacBook Pro is a great improvement. Read More

/ 2016-12-18 / Comments Off on MacBook Pro 2016 with Touch Bar

MacBook Pro 2016 with Touch Bar

I have switched to the new MacBook Pro 13” (With Touch Bar) a few days ago. Here is my opinion after the first few days πŸ˜‰

MacBook Pro 2016
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MacBook Pro 2016

I decided to get the 13” cause, I want an ultra portable system, cause I carry it with me every day and the weight counts for me. And the 13” model weights just 1,37 kg instead of the 1,83 kg of the 15” model.

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My MacBook has the 3.3 GHz i7 with two cores (Turbo Boost up to 3,6 GHz) and 16GB of RAM. Another Upgrade was the SSD: I have the 512GB PCIe, that is enough for me. Read More

/ 2016-12-08 / Comments Off on Marketing vs. Engineering

Marketing vs. Engineering

There are a few launch issues at the new Vooza site, but the marketing and engineering departments have very different outlooks on them.

And now replace VoozaΒ with many of the major brands in the Internet… Does that ring a bell?

Source Vooza

/ 2016-12-08 / Comments Off on Technical Recruiter

Technical Recruiter

This is why programmers hate technical recruiters.
Q: β€œDo you even know anything about programming?”
A: β€œDid I mention stock options?”

So funny, and so true! I actually had a few conversations like that one in the video.

Source: Vooza

Is it possible to use ADFS Authentication with a Microsoft Exchange 2016 Server? Sure!
A customer asked me that question a few days ago; they have mailboxes on premises and on Exchange Online. ADFS cloud to provide a great way to bring the same login experience to both.

Here are two GIST Files that configured everything for them πŸ˜‰

The files above are part of my configuration script, but the only part missing is all the central connection stuff. I used one script that connects to all envolved systems via Remote PowerShell and excecute everything a one big script.