How Copernicus would predict Windows XP's public lifespan
Earlier last week, I was talking to a friend who wants to build a website to list and sell equipment in a niche market. When I mentioned the benefits of Microsoft Bizspark this person was surprised at the number of ways a Bizspark subscription could benefit them. As someone working with startups for the better… Continue reading Why all early stage startups should get #Bizspark (w/#MSDN and #Azure)
Azure Virtual Machines (Windows-based, for the sake of this post), come with only one public IP address in the standard out-of-box configurations. This is ok for hosting multiple websites on a single VM, if they're only running on HTTP (port 80) TLDR; use host header. However, for using HTTPs, SSL restricts you to one public… Continue reading So you want to host multiple SSL websites on one Azure VM?
Machines running the Microsoft Windows operation systems have been the victims of bloatware since times immemorial. Most of these bloatware software install local services running in the background, think iTunes, Google update, Java update and Adobe update. My suggestion is that Microsoft come up with a system where anyone who seeks to install these services… Continue reading Here’s what Microsoft can do to alleviate bloatware issues