#287 – Port Configuration

This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about some small and awesome UI updates in 8.59, issues with Dan’s preferred port configuration, and their favorite “Dirt and Worms” recipes.

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#280 – Personal Development Environments


This week on the podcast, Kyle shares a fun way to learn Git and learn to be a better programmer, Dan shares some advantages of 3-Tier App Designer, and Kyle and Dan discuss personalized development environments.

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#276 – LDAP Browser


This week on the podcast, Dan discusses a great LDAP tool to help with troubleshooting, Kyle and Dan discuss some Idea Space changes and also share a great Excel-to-CI training video.

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#268 – Connection Issues


This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle discuss password rotation and safety, a great tip to speed up the NavBar, and Kyle’s app servers having connection issues.

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#261 – Improving with Marginal Gains


This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan talk about improving yourself and your team with compounding marginal gains. We discuss ways you become a better admin or developer and simplify your work.

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#254 – Vagabond Updates


This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan discuss Cloud Managers Start/Stop feature, Dan shares some Vagabond project updates, then they discuss the benefits of simple systems.

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#248 – Proxy Craziness



This week on the podcast, Dan talks about using ACM for basic configuration and his tips for using proxies to debug search and IB issues. Kyle shares how he used Terraform and Resource Manager to auto-deploy Cloud Manager.

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#238 – Postfix and SMTP


This week on the podcast, Dan talks about how his formative years in computing still affect him, Kyle shares some follow-up on deploying the latest PIs, and then Dan talks about using Postfix as an SMTP relay to improve email delivery in PeopleSoft.

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#237 – Approaches to PIs



This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about some older frameworks in PeopleSoft and why they didn’t catch on. Then Kyle shares some approaches to manage your PIs and why each solution might be a fit for you.

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