Me

I am an IT Manager, tech fanatic, gamer, husband and father. My career has allowed me to work along side a number of SMB accross a variety of sectors where I have held a variety of positions. This page is where I occasionally post my thoughts, ideas and occasionally little projects and code snippets that I’ve found particularly useful.

I can provide consultation, support and maintenance for both home and corporate IT solutions. If this is what you’re looking for please head to my contact page.

 

Latest projects and guides
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Aug 7, 2019, 12:23 PM
This guide is for upgrading Debian version 9 to version 10. Please be aware that certain packages may not support Debian 10 so please run this on a test environment before running of your live server.
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Sep 10, 2018, 6:00 PM
I'm a big advocate of open source so when my company wanted to look into CRM SuiteCRM was an obvious choice. However, occasionally things aren't always as straightforward.
Latest blog posts
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Jun 24, 2019, 4:26 PM
Microsoft have launched a preview of the new Windows Terminal, the terminal is designed to combine the various Windows Shells (CMD, PowerShell 5.1, PowerShell Core) with the available Linux subsystems into one application. Their promise is that with the WSL 2.0 release later this year that Windows Terminal will be your go to for development and system management in mixed OS environments, but how does that really work out?
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Jan 25, 2019, 1:30 PM
In 63 days, the UK will might not who knows could be leaving the European Union, a move that is set to have significant impacts on how the UK trades and operates in the world and currently that’s what we’ve mostly been talking about isn’t it. But, what about the digital world? How will it affect the internet and the IT industry at large a realm where physical barriers don’t often exist? Well, while the ultimate answer is we don’t know because our Government doesn’t appear to either we can take what facts we have and speculate where the areas are a little greyer.