In this episode, Alexander and Simon talk about data literacy, the recent Azure AD outage, issues with Windows updates, new Power BI updates, Microsoft in talks to buy Discord and InTune turning 10! Subscribe to us on Spotify, on iTunes or listen to the episode right here: Show notes: Microsoft halts rollout of Windows 10 KB5001649 emergency update (bleepingcomputer.com) Power BI Desktop March Update Power BI Desktop changelog Microsoft reopening offices Azure AD Connect: Version release history | Microsoft Docs Microsoft in talks with Discord over $10 billion-plus acquisition: report - The Verge The Midweek Download: Oct. 19th Edition–Windows Intune is Here, plus More News on Windows 8, Windows Phone 7.
In this episode Alexander and Simon reminisce about Toni who sadly passed away early March. There is some Ignite content in there as well - somewhere. In memory of Toni, this episode is also listed as containing explicit language. Subscribe to us on Spotify, on iTunes or listen to the episode right here: Show notes:
In this first of many upcoming biweekly interview episodes, Alexander have a chat with Heini Ilmarinen about career twists and turns, learning, and getting in to the technology field! Subscribe to us on Spotify, on iTunes or listen to the episode right here: Show notes:
In this episode Simon lays out his vision for the modern digital workplace, we share a bunch of exciting news from the worlds of Power BI, Windows and Config Manager and talk a bit about upcoming conferences! Subscribe to us on Spotify, on iTunes or listen to the episode right here: Show notes: dax.do website Azure Data Community Announcement Power BI Gartner Magic Quadrant Introducing the next feature update to Windows 10, version 21H1 | Windows Experience Blog Microsoft Internal Solorigate Investigation – Final Update – Microsoft Security Response Center Add reports as favorites in Configuration Manager Technical Preview 2102 - Microsoft Tech Community
In part 1 of this blog series I outlined the gear we use to record the podcast. The second part was all about actually recording content. The third was a wall of text on post-processing. After getting back from Oslo and the Nordic Infrastructure Conference, it is now time to finish off the series with an outline of how I publish and push the podcast on the different social media platforms. Gear Recording Post Processing Publication Base camp After working off the blog for a bit, we started using the podcasting platform Pippa in January of 2018. (Pippa was subsequently absorbed into Acast).
In part 1 of this blog series I outlined the gear we use to record the podcast. The second part was all about actually recording content. It’s now time to dive into the third and most technical part – post-processing. Gear Recording Post Processing Publication select * from foo into bar As a quick recap you might remember that the starting point for this step is the raw audio files. I will typically have one file per host plus the recording of the Teams meeting. Let’s start with Teams first, as we need a way to extract the audio feed from the video so I can use that for lining up my other audio files.
In part 1 of this blog series I outlined the gear we use to record the podcast. This part will focus on the techniques and settings we use to recording an episode. Gear Recording Post Processing Publication We share a OneNote file with ideas and information for every episode. We kind of screwed up the episode numbering early on. While we’re technically on episode 104 at the time of this writing, we have recorded several more specials and weirdly numbered episodes. This goes to show that not all ideas are good ideas in the long run and that starting a podcast isn’t easy… We generally try to aim for 30 minutes.
Matthew Roche pinged me on Twitter the other day to ask about the workflow and gear I use to record Knee-deep in Tech. After responding on Twitter I decided it was time to do a new round of “The Tech of Knee-Deep in Tech”. I’ll divide this into several blog posts due to the sheer amount of information. Gear Recording Post Processing Publication Let’s kick off the first part of the series – the gear. Recording on the move When we’re at the same place to record (which is rare these days) or when we’re out and about and do interviews with people, we use a Zoom H6 recorder and AKG C520/C520L microphones.