Monthly Archives: May 2016

Step into the emptiness

I noticed a strange thing about those stairs in my house. It’s a split house, so, every night, I would turn off the lights in the living room and go upstairs.. And what I hate about it is that almost every single time I would keep going up when there are no stairs anymore. Did… Read More »

Disaster Recovery in Dynamics CRM online

Salesforce outage that happened this month has rightfully provoked all sorts of discussions about the dangers of cloud offerings. Most of those discussions are only theoretically interesting, since they are, for the most part, speculations on various aspects of what needs to be done to avoid this kind of situations, what the customers can do,… Read More »

Why best practices in IT are not necessarily what we think they are

Lately, I have been observing how a commonly accepted approach to the business analysis collided with a little bit unorthodox business analysis methodology, so that made me thinking of what really makes a best practice.. Many of us start in the information technology industry through some sort of “science” education. For me, it was applied… Read More »

Creating .gitignore on windows

  Here is how: -Create the text file gitignore.txt -Open it in a text editor and add your rules, then save and close -Then rename the file in the command line, with ren gitignore.txt .gitignore   Here is the source of this little piece of wisdom: