Hi there, I am about to do another walkthrough of my “DIY” series. This is specifically for blogger who sometimes worry about text heading etc. and how to get their posts to show up right and how they want it to look. I discovered this when I was using Microsoft Word 2013, there is a
I have been known over the years to be a lover of Microsoft and their products. Practically, all my tools and development skillset are targeted towards Microsoft Technologies. This post is to share some of my favorite tools with you and possibly links to download them (the downloadable ones). Microsoft Visual Studio As a core
Hello, my name is Saviour, a student of The Federal University of Technology, Akure. I got into the school as a normal student with the aim of passing my exams and getting good grades. I never bothered myself about the world of technology until one fateful day as I browsed videos on YouTube, I saw
I have been a Windows Phone lover since 2012 and I am so no ready to back out because it keeps getting interesting. Moreso, I love working with Microsoft tools and products. I showed a colleague a post I made in July while having fun with Cortana on my Lumia 535. Good for you all
Many a times, people come up to me asking me to help use the antivirus software on my system to help them clear the “shortcut virus” that affects them. I say “No problem”. I have been familiar with this kind of malware since around 2011 on my HP Probook 4515s (story for another day). Back
Some few weeks back, I was bored and decided to toy with my Windows Phone – Cortana. I’ll share some screenshots with you. Please note, this is just for fun.
Traditional WordPress on Azure I have been a lover of WordPress for 4years+ and I was glad to start blogging when a friend asked to write a post on what I love about the Windows Phone in 2013. Then I had a Nokia Lumia 610 and I was a Microsoft Student Partner. With the new
Copied from the Microsoft Student Developer Blog Dara Oladapo, Microsoft Student Partner from Nigeria In 2002, Dara Oladapo walked with his two older brothers to the local cybercafé in Ibadan, Nigeria. The three boys went to the café intending to open a joint email account. There, Dara’s brother taught him how to hold the mouse,