Kusto Query Language: the PowerShell of query languages?

I don’t usually get into speculation or predictions. More often than not they turn out wrong. However, something that I’ve been thinking about is the Kusto Query Language, which is the language behind many of my recent posts on Azure Log Analytics. But the PowerShell of query languages? PowerShell is pretty ubiquitous at this point, …

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Ubiquiti Unifi: Enterprise Home Mesh Wifi for Consumer Prices

Over the years I’ve used various consumer Netgear, Asus, D-Link WiFi routers to various degrees of success and frustration. Between spotty signal, inconsistent speeds, and routers that would literally burn themselves up in an air conditioned room, I was pretty tired of consumer grade WiFi routers. When we moved into our new home last year, …

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Nanoserver and What it means to Me and You

Last week Microsoft announced and revealed Nanoserver. Which is an even more stripped down version of Server Core, whereby there literally is no interface, no way to login to the server at all. All management is done remotely. Since that announcement people have more or less been losing their minds. From the supporters that think …

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