ElioStruyf GitHub Star | M365 Development, Developer Technologies MVP | Google Developer Expert Azure | Microsoft 365 | Visual Studio Code

Along with acting as VP of BIWUG (Belgian Information Worker User Group), Elio is an independent contractor for his own consulting company, Struyf Consulting.

The Future of Documentation: Ready for Change?

A few weeks ago, I embarked on a journey to explore how OpenAI could change the way users interact with documentation. Imagine effortlessly accessing the information you need without reading through multiple pages. Instead, you just ask a question about configuring or using a tool, and voilà – the answer appears before you.

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A CSS hack to Visual Studio Code to move the Debug Toolbar

As developers, we’re always looking for ways to enhance our productivity and streamline our workflows. One thing which has bothered me endlessly is the floating Debug Toolbar. I love the fact that it is floating, but I have to move it out of the way every time I want to do something.

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Symlink your content in Astro: a simple solution for greater portability and flexibility

Astro is a powerful static-site generator that allows developers to build lightning-fast websites. However, when trying to create a more portable and flexible blog by separating content from the website’s source, I faced issues with symlinks/content not being recognized/found. In this blog post, I’ll walk you through a simple solution to this problem and explain how you can easily symlink your content to an Astro project.

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MacBook Air M2: a great device for developers on the go

As a developer, having a reliable and powerful device that you can take with you wherever you go is essential. Whether working remotely, traveling for business, or simply working from a coffee shop, you need a device to keep up with your workload without weighing you down. The MacBook Air M2 is the perfect device for developers who need a lightweight and powerful machine that they can take on the go.

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Make impactful presentations with Markdown and Slidev

I have done many presentations over the years, and my go-to tool has always been PowerPoint. It has all the features I needed, but I always struggled with the time it took to create the presentation. First, you need to get a suitable template, place the images in the correct place, and add the text, but adding code to slides is even trickier and not easy to maintain.

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