AzureFunBytes Episode 55 - Programming for Accessibility with @rorypreddy
AzureFunBytes is a weekly opportunity to learn more about the fundamentals and foundations that make up Azure.
Is your data strategy missing the Mark?
Ask any data leader about their data strategy; they'll likely start with their modern data architecture, mentioning buzzwords like data lakes, event streaming, or unstructured/semi-structured data.
Toronto Maple Leafs: Hockey Broadcasts Are Unwatchable Garbage
The Toronto Maple Leafs broadcasts leave a lot to be desired. In fact, almost all hockey games are a terrible viewing experience.
Gary Neville branded "cautious" by former Manchester United teammate over Premier League title doubts
As reported by the Independent earlier this week, Neville waxed lyrical about Cristiano Ronaldo, but insisted that his view on Man United has not changed.
Studio Bua transforms derelict Icelandic farm building into artist's studio
Architecture office Studio Bua has converted an abandoned farm building in Iceland into an artist's studio and residence, featuring a new gabled volume slotted inside the existing walls.
Bridgewater's Ray Dalio Warns Regulators Will Kill Bitcoin If the Crypto Becomes 'Really Successful' - Regulation Bitcoin News
Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Ray Dalio Warns of Regulators Killing Bitcoin
Justin Turner Humbled To Be Dodgers' Nominee For Roberto Clemente Award, Proud To Inspire Teammates
Justin Turner was selected as the Los Angeles Dodgers' nominee for the 2021 Roberto Clemente Award, which marks a fourth time in the last five years has been up for the prestigious honor.
EU forges ahead with defence plans
The European Union has unveiled new plans to develop its own defence capabilities in a bid to ensure it has more freedom to act in future crises.
Stung by Afghan debacle, EU forges ahead with security plans
Stung by the swift collapse of the Afghan army and the chaotic U.S.-led evacuation through Kabul airport, the European Union on Wednesday unveiled new plans to develop its own defense capacities to try to ensure that it has more freedom to act in future crises.
Labour's shadow equalities secretary quits as does junior minister
Marsha de Cordova, the shadow equalities secretary, has resigned from Keir Starmer's shadow cabinet with immediate effect citing a desire to focus on her marginal constituency.