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Create awesome images with ImageMagick

Look into my glass ball ImageMagick is a free and open-source cross-platform software suite for displaying, creating, converting, modifying, and editing raster images. Created in 1987 by John Cristy, it can read and write over 200 image file formats. It and its components are widely used in open-source applications. I’ve experimented with a few solutions to create text on images, there is some great application like Paint.Net, Gimp, Canva and even PowerPoint to quickly and easily create great looking images with a text overlay.

Power Apps everywhere

Power Apps everywhere It’s been a while since my last post, and even longer since my last travel and customer visits. I recently had the opportunity to visit a customer to better understand how they currently operate, and envision their future state. Being exposed to all the latests technologies sometimes have a negative effect where either customers can’t envision what you are positioning cause it is too future state or the crawl walk model, where they are so far behind, you first need to help them get to the present before you can talk about the future.

Error AF20023 while deploying Office 365 Management API

Power Apps COE I know what you are thinking, another post about the Power Apps COECenter of Excellence, but I’ve recently deployed the COE starter kit and the YouTube channel is awesome with step by step guidance. I ran into a tiny problem… while trying to get the Power Automate custom connector to connect to the Office 365 Management API, I kept on receiving a the following response from the server :

Dictate your way around Office apps

I’ve been working the past few weeks with the lesser known features in Office 365, the dictate function that’s available in most of the office products. Dictate records your voice and change it into text in real time so for today instead of typing this blog post, I’m using my voice. You can use commands like “full stop” or “new line”, to control the sentice structure, and there is a bunch of other commands