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Aaron Wirth

Ok Glass, give me some development tips
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
By: Aaron Wirth  
Recently I had the opportunity to do some development on a very pricey pair of glasses. Using the Xamarin platform I dove into Google’s newest mobile device face first and learned a few lessons along the way. This blog is my top 5 useful tid-bits for developing on Google Glass.

Tim Morrow

KPIs – Identifying the True Drivers of Success
Monday, October 13, 2014
By: Tim Morrow  

Skyline recently helped one of our larger enterprise clients complete a pilot Key Performance Indicator (KPI) project. 

Here are some of the helpful principles that emerged from the project that you may want to consider when starting a KPI initiative.

Eric VanRoy

More Efficiently and Safely Manage Password- KeePass
Friday, October 10, 2014
By: Eric VanRoy  
Kee-Pass is a secure tool to manage client and personal passwords.

Skyline Technologies

Leading a Success-Culture
Friday, October 3, 2014
By: Skyline Technologies  
The more competitive the marketplace the more crucial our leadership and management styles are for the organization’s success. As executives, business architects, and program managers we must establish a corporate success-culture to strategically increase the overall impact and success of what we and our teams do.

Kurt Wondra

Lessons from Camp Skyline
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
By: Kurt Wondra  

In the past few years Skyline has organized several development camps (also known as “code camps”) for our talented associates to participate in.  Over that time, we have had an exceptional response rate from our associates who wish to contribute as well as maintained a great track record in terms of measurable results from the camps.  I’ve been fortunate enough to participate in three such camps during my tenure here at Skyline.  Through that participation, I can testify first-hand that these camps have tremendous value both for me as an individual Skyline associate as well as for the organization as whole.  In this blog post, I’ll share with you three key reasons why these camps are so valuable to Team Skyline.

Andrew Schwalbe

Now is the Time to Consider Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) Policy in your Organization
Friday, September 19, 2014
By: Andrew Schwalbe  

Similar to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, defining Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) policies is going to depend on your organization. For those working with data that isn’t protected by law, it’s important to consider the great possibilities of BYOC and the power of placing trust in the professionalism of your fellow associates.  Business-centric storage clouds are now starting to become mainstream and they allow integration with employee mobile devices while giving control and management capabilities to the organization.

Erion Omeri

Using WCF Web Services to Integrate with Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP
Thursday, September 18, 2014
By: Erion Omeri  
Line of Business Application are custom-built to a company’s process and they might have taken a big effort to produce and companies rely on heavily. When moving to Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP, you can integrate with these applications extremely easily, if you have the expertise. This allows for integration of the existing system with minimal development effort. In this post I will go over the high level steps that I have learned from experience and from Dynamics AX experienced developers on how to integrate Dynamics AX with your existing app using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services.   

Nieko Giuliani

Is Your Digital Customer Experience Meeting Expectations?
Friday, September 5, 2014
By: Nieko Giuliani   
Are you sure your digital customer experience is living up to your customer’s expectations? Wondering if you should evaluate your website and digital marketing initiatives?

Eric Hyland

Creating Dashboards with Datazen – An end to end example
Thursday, September 4, 2014
By: Eric Hyland  

Skyline recently announced a new partnership with Datazen.  Datazen’s mobile data analysis and delivery capabilities complement our existing BI toolset, which enables Skyline to deliver mobile solutions quickly and easily for our clients.  Datazen allows us to quickly and easily develop dashboards and KPIs targeted for mobile devices such as tablets and phones.  These dashboards render in native applications for all flavors of phone/tablet operating systems and can also be viewed in web browsers and/or embedded into applications.  In this post I’ll demonstrate how simple it is to build a Datazen dashboard and publish it to the Datazen server.

Chris Plate

Building an OAuth2 Authorization Server with DotNetOpenAuth
Thursday, August 28, 2014
By: Chris Plate  
This isn’t a typical quick-hitting blog post.  Rather, it is the documentation resulting from an effort to build a proof-of-concept of an OAuth2 Authorization Server using DotNetOpenAuth.  It’s not exactly light reading, but the first few paragraphs should at least convey the problem to be solved, while the rest provides more of the gory details on how to solve it if you're interested.  When asked to work on this for a client, there didn’t seem to be a single sample that I could find that detailed how all of the moving parts (and yes, there are a lot of them, hence the length of this post) fit together.  So I thought I’d share this walkthrough of the POC code, found at, as it might help someone that happens to need to do something similar to navigate the waters.

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