Azure Resource Naming Conventions with Luke Cook
Having inconsistent resource names across projects creates all sorts of pain:
– Struggling to identify resources
– Unsure what to label new resources.
– Risk of duplicating resources
Developing Flexible Authorization Capabilities in ASP.NET Core with Jason Taylor
In this talk, Jason Taylor will demonstrate an approach using permission-based authorization to overcome these limitations by building a flexible approach to managing roles and permissions from within your system. This will improve the maintainability and visibility of access control across your system. Putting the power into the hands of application users and administrators, rather than developers.
From Prototype in Production to Verifiably Stable Application with Luke Parker
SSW solutions Architect Luke Parker demonstrates how to measure tech debt, recognize anti-patterns, and slowly recover. You will learn how to tackle the seemingly impossible task of refactoring a prototype now in production into a Verifiably Stable Application (VSA).
SSW is proud to announce its latest product – The SSW TimeBand!
Our development team spent a few months working really hard on this new product, and Chief Architect Adam Cogan is officially launching it today.
Rules to Better Security with Adam Cogan – The 10 tips CEOs Must Know
Do you know the security best practices for both end-users and SysAdmins?
Join Adam for the 10 tips CEOs must know for both end-users and SysAdmins.
Microservice Solutions with Ocelot on Azure with Patrick Zhao
Learn from Patrick how valuable Ocelot is and see the ins and outs of building an API gateway and protect the services using Azure VNet.
Searching Outlook Effectively with Ulysses Maclaren
Some people are really good at using Outlook search to find the emails they need, while others have a hard time. Searching for emails can be a real struggle, sometimes you want to find emails from months ago but you aren’t sure exactly what to search for.
Taming GitHub – Notification Hell 🔥 with Adam Cogan and Luke Parker
Notifications from GitHub can be quite a pain, as they send a lot of emails. This leads to many developers ignoring the important emails they receive.
Every client deserves a Team! Link Microsoft Teams with your CRM eg. Dynamics 365, SalesForce
Do you link your customers in CRM to their respective Teams?
Microsoft Teams is a great solution for organizing client files and conversations. Create a new Team for each of your clients, and if you have multiple projects for one client, use Channels to keep them separate.