If you use Windows Remote Desktop (RDP) on multiple machines with different screen resolutions, you’ve probably had an RDP window that’s too small (hard to see details) or too large (requires you to use scroll bars) for your current display. Microsoft has long had an option for handling this – called smart sizing – but it’s not available in the RDP config GUI. You can turn it on or off by right-clicking the RDP window border and checking/unchecking the smart sizing option or you can set it as the default for an RDP config by opening the RDP config file in a text editor and adding the line “smart sizing:i:1” anywhere in the file.
I created Word versions of the Agile Manifesto and 12 Principles to use as posters and quick references for my work team and other interested colleagues. Here they are, along with the sources.
Agile Manifesto in Microsoft Word
12 Principles Based on the Agile Manifesto in Microsoft Word
This post is worth reviewing to see if your Python code will benefit. The suggestions here are at least somewhat portable to other languages. I used to write lots of command line apps and I’ve found that a good command line UI can be much better than a GUI for many use cases. https://blog.sicara.com/perfect-python-command-line-interfaces-7d5d4efad6a2
Thank you to Tanzeem Khan for his video on how to create a local network for VirtualBox . I’m not sure why this info is hard to find online, but his video is the first I saw that’s accurate and straightforward.
This PDF/guide is worth reviewing if you want to understand enough about optical networking to plan/design networks.