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How to learn Angular 2 fast

How to learn Angular 2 fast

This month we have been running our Angular Super Powers tour in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. We always knew Angular 2 would be a hot topic, but we were overwhelmed with the demand for the 1-day training event. We sold out tickets in every city. We even had to turn some people away due to the fire […]

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The SSW Getaway

The SSW Getaway

Trump is President. It was certainly an experience being in the USA for the vote results last night. It’s been a big surprise for everyone I’ve spoken to on the Microsoft Campus. My prediction in 6 months: Trump says: I’m cancelling the wall. Hillary suggested it in the 1st place and I always said it […]

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Power BI – No More Guessing

Power BI – No More Guessing

UPDATE 9/02/2017: I’ve added Uly’s Power BI presentation to the bottom of this post.  Power BI has significantly changed how I view my company’s data, and the insight I now have into how my business is running is unprecedented. The biggest change has been that the account managers are now in charge of making the reports, […]

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Hanselman Unplugged 2

Hanselman Unplugged 2

Last week was awesome! NDC Sydney was such a fantastic event. It was super well-run by the Vikings from Norway + SSW was well represented with 2 cool stands at the conference and 4 speakers. We had Adam Stephensen (aka Stevo) and Duncan Hunter from our Brisbane office + Danijel Malik and myself from Sydney. […]

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Handsome man Hanselman is coming to Sydney

Handsome man Hanselman is coming to Sydney

Scott Hanselman is in Australia as a special guest presenter at NDC Sydney and will be stopping in Sydney to talk at an extra-special Sydney user group, where he will be presenting two 1-hour sessions: What you need to know Come and find out from Scott Hanselman what you need to know to be a […]

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Australian Government Software Project: How to blow 10 million dollars

Australian Government Software Project: How to blow 10 million dollars

UPDATE: journalist James Robertson mentions this post in his article, “Federal election 2016: Liberal Party company charging taxpayers for ‘antiquated’ software, say experts” in the Sydney Morning Herald. – I hate waste, but while running a software company, I’ve seen plenty of it over the past 20 years. Sometimes an app that could have been […]

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