Monthly Archives: March 2016

iOS 9.3.1 is now GA

Hi all, This is a small – in fact very small – release for most of us.  However, it is a very big one for my wife.  She has the problem on her iPad that this release is supposedly going

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vMotion fails & how I fixed it

I had vMotion fail this morning in a way that was quite different – meaning it could start OK but things were not OK.  In the Recent Tasks it actually said failed vMotion from one server to another and with

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What is a Technical Product Manager?

As I look for work, this term – technical product manager (TPM) comes up and not everyone knows what it is. I know some amazing product managers – like Jacob Jensen and Azmir Mohamad – hope they don’t mind my

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Odd Problem – sometimes you do need to get irritated!

I have added a Synology (DS1813+) into my lab.  It has been around for a while to help with a few different things, but now is going to expand the number of VMs I can host.  The management of it

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Newsletter: March 26, 2016

Hello all, I hope everyone is like me – enjoying the four day weekend – which is pretty nice.  A good week I hope?  I spent a fair bit of time this week in interviews and that is going well. 

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watchOS 2.2

This one was out late on 3/21/16 but you may not have noticed.  It did not prompt or anything on my phone or watch. But if you go into the Watch app on your iPhone, and select General \ Software

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OS X El Capitan v10.11.4 update

This just popped.  OS X v10.11.4 – a small release but it does have some interesting stuff.  Like being able to passcode protect notes in Notes, and import Evernote files into Notes. Here is a third-party article on this update.

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