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Aaron Hayon

Azure Websites & IP Address configuration challenges
Thursday, June 25, 2015
By: Aaron Hayon  

Obtaining a static outbound IP address in Azure can be challenging.  A lot of information can be found online regarding static inbound IP addresses for Azure but little on outbound IP addresses.  This blog post helps explain the details surrounding inbound and outbound IP addresses and how to obtain them.

Min Maung

A Jumpstart on Deploying Xamarin Based Applications Using Portable Class Libraries
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
By: Min Maung  
Portable class libraries are powerful and can help speed up your mobile development. You can use these in Windows Phone, Windows Store, Xamarin Android, and Xamarin iOS Applications. This is a quick jump start to writing mobile applications efficiently. Creating a PCL project and using it simple. One can create and use PCLs in Xamarin Studio too! Write code once, kind of deploy everywhere?

Rachael Wilterdink

Tips for Success working with Offshore Development
Monday, June 15, 2015
By: Rachael Wilterdink  

Modern technology gives us many opportunities to leverage talent across the globe, but working with off-shore development teams can also presents challenges. In this blog, you'll get some practical tips on how to improve your chances for success when working with a geographically dispersed team. 

Eric VanRoy

SharePoint Security Patches With Server Updates Can Cause Issues
Thursday, June 11, 2015
By: Eric VanRoy  
I have had a number of clients recently that have asked about SharePoint patching and noticed “odd” behavior. This post follows up and expands on a post that I published in January. In general, blindly applying patches to a SharePoint server using Automatic updates, or Windows Updates can cause your environment to become potentially unstable and even cause on outage.  Applying patches to a SharePoint server should be a conscious decision and a planned and manual process.

Zach Zoeller

Persisting data with Breeze.js’s Offline Mode and HTML5 Web Storage
Thursday, June 4, 2015
By: Zach Zoeller  
Breeze.js recently added an Offline Mode to their client-side, rich data JavaScript framework. The Offline Mode allows you to import and export the state of your client side data. This article will show how to leverage this new feature to replace a SQLite database in a PhoneGap/Cordova mobile application.

Stacy Velie

Spice Up Your Scrum Team Culture
Friday, May 29, 2015
By: Stacy Velie  
Every organization has their own idea on what teams are formed and what role teams play in a project. Each team that is formed is going to form a team culture. As varied as personalities are, team culture varies from team-to-team. If you are in a team that needs some nudging, try adding some “spice” to see what sticks.

Brad Beran

Utilizing SharePoint and Yammer as Separate Enterprise Social Tools
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
By: Brad Beran  
Analyze Yammer and SharePoint as two separate Enterprise Social Tools and how to use each tool so that you get the most out of them for your business. This blog goes into using SharePoint to collaborate on your documents while using Yammer to run the social aspects. After reading this blog you should take away key concepts that will allow you to think of SharePoint and Yammer as different tools for different types of jobs.

Craig Jeffords

Don’t Reinvent The Wheel: Use Design Patterns
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
By: Craig Jeffords  
Michael Fazio and I have decided to collaborate on a series of blogs in 2015 that concentrate on Design Patterns. We both believe they are great tools to have in our arsenals and that more developers need to use them. This blog introduces the design patterns concept and gives an overview of the simplest design pattern called “The Singleton Pattern”. Michael will send the next in the series and we will alternate throughout the year.

Eric Czerwonka

What does it mean to own custom software?
Thursday, May 7, 2015
By: Eric Czerwonka   
Owning custom software is a unique situation that most of your customers will not understand.  Let’s take a step back and try to understand why they have the expectations that they do.  The more you understand their position the better off you are to explain and sell the idea of custom software.

Tim Morrow

WI BADD is Coming (May 5th)!
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
By: Tim Morrow  

WI BADD (or Wisconsin Business Analyst Development Day) is next week and Skyline is sponsoring and presenting an Agile Curriculum!

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