WordPress – Few details about my migration from SharePoint blog to WordPress

As announced few days ago, I have decided to move on from SharePoint 2016 for hosting my blog. Now, my blog is running on WordPress using SQL Server as database server, and not MySQL (even if this is still installed anyway). As promised when I have announced the migration, here are few details about my migration which went quite smoothly, despite few issues: I’m using the ProjectNami to run WordPress…

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Blog migrated from SharePoint to WordPress

As you may have notice, I have migrated my blog from SharePoint 2016 to WordPress. I will post later some information as I have been facing an issue to get the all the previous posts migrated. It is now live. I still have few work to do but the main things are done. By the way, all previous URL’s should continue to work as I’m implementing a redirection for all…

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Various – New HTTP error code for censored web site

This week, the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG) has defined and authorized a new HTTP status: HTTP 451. This new error will be shown on websites blocked following legal reasons; this will be more explicit for these websites as until then blocked websites were showing the HTTP 403 – Access Denied error message. When a website will shown the new HTTP 451 there should be (the IESG is encouraging authorities…

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Various – Technical issue

​Dear visitor I would like to notifiying you that due to technical reason, currently under investigation, my blog may be from time to time unavailable. The issue is located at my ISP side – the connection is being dropped. ISP Support team is currently working on it. I’m sorry for any incovenience Thank you for your understanding

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TechNet – Petition to get back TechNet or good alternative from Microsoft

As you  may already know, if not this is it – and you can read the announcement here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/subscriptions/ms772428.aspx, Microsoft is retiring TechNet subscriptions. With this retirement, Microsoft is pushing to get products eval version or to move to the cloud (Azure or Office 365), or more expensive to get MSDN subscription. As many IT Pro, I liked TechNet subscription has it provided access to ALL Microsoft products (except Development…

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Various – Free Microsoft ebooks resources

Since many years, Microsoft is delivering more and more free ebooks resources. An updated list has been published, covering Windows 8/2012, SharePoint or Office 365 as well as Visual Studio or Windows Azure Feel free to pick the one(s) you want  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mssmallbiz/archive/2013/06/18/huge-collection-of-free-microsoft-ebooks-for-you-including-office-office-365-sharepoint-sql-server-system-center-visual-studio-web-development-windows-windows-azure-and-windows-server.aspx

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