It is March 29, 2021, just after 12:30 PM. And I suddenly decided to start blogging more.
I’m going to push myself to blog twice per week on technology, certification, and Azure-related topics.
I can’t promise that every blog post will be long and amazingly insightful. But there is a certain peace that comes from writing. Allowing thoughts in your brain to form, come together, and then get expressed is a brilliant creativity exercise. And one that I should do more often.
Creating videos is fun. Creating courses is fun. Interacting with my students on Udemy and in my Azure Facebook group is fun. And so I’ll simply have another outlet for my creative expression here.
Of course, we’re talking Azure. So it’s not like I’m posting Ever Given-Suez Canal fan fiction. (I’m fully aware this moment-in-time cultural reference will go stale and be forgotten about next week.) But writing is creativity. Or at least, it should be.
What I SHOULD do, if I was smart, is figure out to get GPT-2 to write Azure blog posts. But I’m not that smart. I’m going to have to use the organic matter inside my skull (my brain) to do this for the foreseeable future.
The tone of these posts will be more conversational, and less formal. I hope you don’t mind. If you’re looking for really dry, factual content on Microsoft Azure, check out their Docs website.
Alright, let’s do this!