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Tweet your Strava runs with distance in Kilometers

These tweets show the result of fixing the Strava IFTTT service with a webhook. The hook calculates the meters to Kilometers distance. All you’ll need is an IFTTT and Azure account. TLDR Setup webhooks in IFTTT and tweet on the … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: Automate everything with Azure Logic Apps, like IFTTT on steroids Speed comparison: dapper vs entity framework 10 everyday habits successful people give up to increase their productivity Image courtesy of kanate / FreeDigitalPhotos.net What are … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: Handling IoT data with Azure Stream Analytics All kinds of IoT devices put data into the Cloud and what comes out is human comprehensible Office 365 Channels are live on IFTTT start building IFTTT recipes … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: If this then Trello, Trello is an IFTTT channel now Two step verification on IFTTT, the extra layer of security is now available Install Android on Hyper-V using Android x86 Image courtesy of kanate / … Continue reading

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Backup WordPress to Evernote

Since starting my blog here at WordPress in 2010 I’ve done over 100 posts. Recently I decided it was time to backup this extension of my brain to Evernote. (an elephant never forgets) But there is no feature in wordpress.com … Continue reading

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Productivity

Try to manage two projects at once. Add two young kids, renovating the garden and some hobbies. Make sure to be present on social media, keep you knowledge up-to-date and innovate for your boss. The list goes on … How … Continue reading

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if this than that

Every programmer knows the if statement. Now there is a service that provides a visual way of defining the statement called IFTTT. Gift without the ‘G’ What is so special about that, we all know Visual Programming languages? IFTTT uses … Continue reading

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