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Jonathan Ford

👋 Hey there! I'm Jonathan and I grew up in the New Orleans suburb of Mandeville but live in the Nashville, TN area now.

I founded a sports website called BleedTechBlue.com reporting on my alma mater, Louisiana Tech, where I completed a Bacherlo's degree in Computer Information Systems.

I am now the Senior Systems Engineer for Compassus, a in-home healthcare company based in Brentwood, TN. In this role I lead our efforts in Azure and automation specializing in low-code and Paas (Platform as a Service) solutions.

To find out more read my About Me.

Recent Posts

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Leveraging Microsoft’s Graph API with Power Automate

Recently (not so recent anymore), Microsoft broke many of their customers’ production workflows they had built in Power Automate (formerly Flow) using mail arriving into Shared Mailboxes as the trigger (they've since put it back but this is guide is still relevant for other use cases) After mail had arrived,

Leveraging Microsoft’s Graph API with Power Automate
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The Move from Ruston

When I moved to Ruston, LA in September of 2003, I never dreamed I’d live there for 13-plus years — but I did. Did being the operative word. In 2012, I convinced my now wife, Allison, to move from the Washington D.C. metro to this small town in North

The Move from Ruston
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Identity in Christ

Finding your identity in Christ is one of the biggest foundations of the Christian faith but often times we fail, I know I do. In 2008, I started the brand BleedTechBlue after a friend approached me. Since I have a degree in Computer Information Systems, I am an alumnus of

Identity in Christ
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The United States can learn from Louisiana's prison system

Louisiana often is near the bottom in good things (education) and near the top in bad things (incarceration). The latter has presented an opportunity for Louisiana to do something for the people it incarcerates — make them better people. Louisiana State Penitentiary (Angola for short because of its location in Angola,

The United States can learn from Louisiana's prison system
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Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Today marks the tenth anniversary of when Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts of the Gulf of Mexico. I was raised in Southeast Louisiana and my parents and brother live in the New Orleans Metropolitan are when Katrina hit but they had sought refuge in South

Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary