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submitted4 months ago bybigbundy23
4 months ago
Still works. Good until October 2025. Thank you!
6 months ago
I don't think it is ever updated. There have been a number of similar outages in the past few weeks and every time I check the Arlo status page its "All Good". So I come here instead...
For a while there I could stream via Homekit and not the arlo app. Now it is all dead.
7 months ago
Making Middle Managers Great Again
10 months ago
Have you tried calling TPG customer support?
Sorry, I’ll see myself out.
12 months ago
Yeah nah. The problem with Microsoft is they position the platform for "professional development" too which non techy people eat up. As soon as you attempt anything mildly similar to development (version control, multiple devs working on the same app, CI/CD) it is a nightmare.
Custom controls add significant bloat to the already sluggish client player app. Custom connectors add additional components (like a separate APIM service) in between services you are trying to integrate with making them hideously difficult to debug and optimize.
Unless you are building a dinky app that integrates with SharePoint lists, building the equivalent on Azure is going to be more resilient, performant, cheaper etc.
Don’t have to wait, this is already happening. “Let’s use low code to build mobile apps with full, resilient offline and sync capabilities and performance just like native apps”
I love this thread, it is like therapy.
Unfortunately, this is becoming the norm in IT organizations where leadership lack any fundamental understanding of technology and development (which seems to be scarily common).
PowerApps is the root of all evil where I work. It has been positioned as a “development platform” despite cautions against this. IT decision makers are brainwashed by Microsoft executives and salespeople selling the benefits of low code. Behind closed doors they must be having a massive chuckle as to how stupid these organizations are, paying both exorbitant licensing fees to Microsoft plus consulting services to SIs who come in and sell their “low-code development services.” While the business suffers with expensive, subpar solutions. Microsoft have created a revenue machine where customers are fully locked-in.
Unfortunately, it will be those who tried to caution against “low-code for everything” that will need to clean up the mess left behind by these “IT leaders.” They will be long gone, working at the next unsuspecting organization continuing to spread the plague of low-code.
1 year ago
Someone is on to me....I quiet quit a while ago. If you do it really well, you can already have a 4-day work week...:-)
On the flip side you do have to be careful not to make yourself totally irrelevant or unemployable if you move roles. Try and use some of the time you get back to learn and develop in the areas YOU want to.