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Multitenancy with SQL Server | Mehmet Ozdemir

In this Tech Talk, Andreas Lengkeek has a chat with Mehmet Ozdemir. We learn about Multitenancy with SQL Server, and go through some scenarios where this might be useful. In this video SSW Solution Architect Mehmet Ozdemir chats with Andreas Lengkeek about the three options for Multitenancy with SQL Server and how he goes about…

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Building Rock SOLID Serverless Applications | William Liebenberg

The world has embraced serverless computing, but some systems still end up with the same problems we thought would be a thing of the past. William covers how we should apply familiar SOLID principles to our Serverless Application architecture and infrastructure. This lets you create systems that are are light, easy to maintain, and benefit…

Aaron Powell

The Power of VS Code! – NDC Sydney 2020 Ask Me Anything | Aaron Powell

Unleash the power of VS Code! VS Code is hot, there’s no doubt about it being an utterly amazing editor, but are you using it to its full potential? In this session, SSW’s Software Architect Andreas Lengkeek discusses with Aaron Powell his NDC Talk ‘Unleash the Power of VS Code’

Automagic Tenant Config Matt goldman

Automagic Tenant Config for Mobile Apps | Matt Goldman

How do you get environment- or tenant-specific config into your users’ hands? With mobile or desktop apps, for managed devices we can pre-configure these using SOE or MDM tools. However, deploying configuration to unmanaged devices is the real challenge! In this talk, Matt Goldman looks at some different options for automating this for your users.…

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Pragmatic DevOps | Tech Tips NDC Sydney 2019

Pragmatic DevOps It’s easy to feel like DevOps is too hard to implement because the theory is hard to apply in their company. Rather than give up, it’s important to be pragmatic and try to solve the problems. To do this effectively, you need the theory. With books like The Phoenix Project and The Unicorn…

The Sprint Retrospective – Scrum Guide

The Sprint Retrospective – Scrum Guide

We’ve converted the ‘The Sprint Retrospective’ definition from the 2013 Scrum Guide into cartoon form to illustrate how The Sprint Retrospective works in scrum process. The Sprint Retrospective The Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and create a plan for improvements to be enacted during the next Sprint. The Sprint Retrospective occurs…

The Development Team – Scrum Guide

The Development Team – Scrum Guide

We’ve converted the ‘Development Team’ definition from the 2013 Scrum Guide into cartoon form to illustrate the role of the Development Team in Scrum. The Development Team The Development Team consists of professionals who do the work of delivering a potentially releasable Increment of “Done” product at the end of each Sprint. Only members of the…

Performance Tuning from the Trenches – Eric Phan

Performance Tuning from the Trenches – Eric Phan

Performance is often the last thing that developers think about when working on their projects. Often times it is after the website has crashed and burned before performance gets brought to the top of the backlog. In this session Eric will share war stories from helping clients performance tune their applications and guide you through…

How to set up an awesome build process for Angular2 using Gulp and Typescript

How to set up an awesome build process for Angular2 using Gulp and TypeScript

Warning: This video was recorded during early beta versions of Angular 2 and we recommend going to Do you know how to get started learning Angular? to learn how to get and stay up-to-date with Angular. In this video, Duncan Hunter – SSW Software Architect – interviews Minko Gechev and Ludovic Henin about Angular2, Gulp and…