Posts Tagged ‘Programming’
Do you use great email signatures?
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director Adam Cogan shows how to setup professional email signatures with a few clicks of a button using CodeTwo.Read More
Blast off with Blazor! 🚀 – Supercharged Enterprise UIs using AntDesign with Luke Parker
Blazor is taking the hobbyist world by storm, but did you know it is perfect for enterprise applications? Having the whole project in one place in one language has done wonders for the development experience. However, as new tech in its perceived infancy there are doubts about whether it’s aged enough for production scenarios.Read More
Get the most out of EF Core by avoiding these common mistakes
Do you know how to get the best performance from your EF Core projects? SSW Senior Software Architect Andreas Lengkeek speaks with SSW Solution Architect Jernej (JK) Kavka about common mistakes on EF Core projects and how to fix them.Read More
SecDevOps for Azure Functions and APIM in Hybrid cloud architecture with Lana Vyshnivetska
Join Lana as she shows us how to start with SecDevOps for Azure Functions and APIM in Hybrid cloud architecture.Read More
Why you should be making the most of extending your AD
https://www.ssw.com.au/rules/extending-AD Do you know how to make the most of your active directory? SSW Chief Architect Adam Cogan talks with SSW Solution Architect Jean Thirion about how to take advantage of extending AD with Microsoft SharePoint. || Subscribe for more content from SSW TV || || Press like and leave a comment below to let…Read More
Chewing The Fat Review – Allowing multiple options on forms
https://www.ssw.com.au/rules/allow-multiple-options SSW Chief Architect Adam Cogan and SSW Senior Software Architect Piers Sinclair review feedback from the SSW team about allowing multiple options on forms instead of making them choose a single option. || Subscribe for more content from SSW TV || || Press like and leave a comment below to let us know how…Read More
Cloudy with a Chance of Mobile: .NET Everywhere with MAUI with Matt Goldman
When Microsoft first launched .NET, the vision was to offer a viable alternative to Java and the JVM – a runtime and associated language(s) that could run anywhere. With MAUI, that original dream is becoming a reality. Whether you’re building for cloud, mobile, browser, desktop, IoT devices, servers, embedded systems…the list goes on and on…Read More
Do you allow multiple options rather than forcing a best fit?
In this video Piers Sinclair shows us how to manage skills in the latest version of the SSW Dynamics365 CRM, and why it is advantageous allowing multiple options instead of forcing a “best fit”. To learn more go to: www.ssw.com.au/rules/allow-multiple-options —————————————————————————— Piers Sinclair: Piers is a Senior Software Architect with more than 6 years…Read More
Logging in .NET Core can save you hours when debugging
https://www.ssw.com.au/rules/best-trace-logging SSW Solution Architect JK is a battle scared logging in .NET Core veteran. He shows Andreas Lengkeek his best practices for logging, gathered through his years of experience. When setup correctly, logging can save you hours in those moments when your code don’t run as planned. So take some notes on these best practices…Read More
Do you know when to mock your API?
Sometimes you may not know what the backend technology for your API could be… perhaps it is a serverless Azure Functions App, a Logic App, or even a set of services running in Kubernetes. These questions may take time to answer, but you already made a choice on the frontend technology. You may already have…Read More