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Month: May 2014

Monitors: Does Size Really Matter?

Over the last 15 years, I’ve been exposed to a number of varying working conditions that either enhanced or negated my productivity. In the last 6 years though, one working condition that I have become increasingly used to (and at an alarming rate) is how much I love my dual 30 inch monitors at work…. Read More ›

HDI Conference 2014: An Outsider Looks In

In January 2014, I was looking for opportunities to help myself grow professionally in the IT space. As an IT Director and manager of helpdesks, it’s important that I keep up with the latest and greatest in trends and technologies. Through savvy Google searching, I came across the HDI Conference 2014 webpage. I had never… Read More ›

Meetup Rewind: Angular-JS @ DevBoston

Last night, I attended the Microsoft DevBoston meetup which featured a deep dive look into Google’s new Angular-JS which allows you to transform static markup files into clean, concise dynamic web-applications without much effort or even bulky includes. The meetup was led by Phil Denoncourt (@pd31415), a .NET consultant and a seemingly great dad. A big… Read More ›

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