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Docker Birmingham March 2020

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Last night was Docker Birmingham March 2020. It clashed with the Midlands Microsoft 365 and Azure User Group for the second time, so it was Docker Birmingham’s turn this time. </p />
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Birmingham Digital & DevOps Meetup – March 2020

On Tuesday evening I was at the Birmingham Digital & DevOps Meetup – March 2020 event, which had four speakers this time.

Shadow IT : Low-code solutions can help!

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I recently had a bit of a rant on email about the current state of Shadow IT at work. Typically, we don’t know it is happening until something goes wrong, then we’re called in to help and can’t, mostly because we don’t have the resources to do it. My rant went something like this…

“This is shadow IT.

Shadow IT is happening because we are not able to cope with the requirements from the business, so they do it themselves.

MobaXterm 20.0 and KeePass 2.44

And in other news about things I’ve missed recently…

MobaXterm 20.0 was released a couple of days ago. It looks like they’ve switched across to the yearly naming like many other companies. </p />
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Midlands Microsoft 365 and Azure User Group – February 2020

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Last night I went to the Midlands Microsoft 365 and Azure User Group. It was co-organised by Urfaan Azhar and Lee Thatcher from Pure Technology Group, and Adrian Newton from my company.

VirtualBox 6.1.2

About a month after the release of VirtualBox 6.1 we get the release of VirtualBox 6.1.2, a maintenance release.

The downloads and changelog are in the usual places.

So far I’ve only tried it on a Windows 10 host at work, but it looks fine.

Automating SQL and PL/SQL Deployments using Liquibase

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You’ll have heard me barking on about automation, but one subject that’s been conspicuous by its absence is the automation of SQL and PL/SQL deployments…

Midlands Microsoft 365 and Azure User Group – January 2020

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Last night I went to the Midlands Microsoft 365 and Azure User Group. It was co-organised by Urfaan Azhar and Lee Thatcher from Pure Technology Group, and Adrian Newton from my company.

Back to the “good old days”, and other cases of denying change!

This is going to be about the technology industry, but I’m going to liken things to what’s going on here in the UK…

Things are pretty depressing at the moment. The latest political fiasco in the UK makes me realise I have little in common with the majority of the British voting public, and I’m starting to think I have little in common with a lot of people working in the technology industry.