So yeah, just unlocked this nice little badge from Microsoft. It’s a nice added extra for my daily work, but it doesn’t really feel like this is the end. I’m still doubting if I would go for Azure Developer Associate next or directly to DevOps Engineer Expert… We’ll see.
Here is the situation, I have Raspberry Pi Desktop running in a VM and Visual Studio Code on my machine. When I try connect to my Raspberry Pi Desktop using VS Code Remote Development, I receive the error node: not found. When checking the files on the side of the Raspberry Pi Desktop, the node file is there and running the file results in:
working from home has some advantages like having a radio playing in the
background. Unfortunately, I no longer have a classic FM radio, so in the
beginning I used my phone or tablet to listen to the online radio, but I didn’t
really find it practical. So, during one of the lockdown weekends I decided to do
a small project creating a RPi internet radio receiver, thinking it would be
quick and easy. Turns out I was a little of on the easy and quick part and it
took much more time then I would like to admit to get it working. Apparently
running a Music Daemon completely headless using a Bluetooth speaker on a RPi
Zero is a little more challenging than one might think.
On my workplace we have a small RDS-farm with a few RemoteApps and the nice thing about a strong windows environment is that is you can make use of Single sign-on (SSO), but for some reason this didn’t work for a handful of people. They always received a pop-up where they needed to enter their windows credential before getting access to the app. Not a big issue but finding the root cause took a while and I wasn’t able to find a solution on the internet. Fortunately after finding the root cause, the solution was really easy.
I’m kind of fan of git, but for most of the time I only use locally and only a few times a year I push something to Github. Today I created my forst fork and requested a Pull. It’s only one line I changed (for an filter list), but hey: