Quick and Easy Activity for Ranking Requirement Importance
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
By: Debbie Warner
This is a quick and easy activity that the project team can do to rank the importance of requirements. This works well on a project for selecting a packaged software solution.
Scenarios for Moving To the Azure Cloud
Friday, July 18, 2014
By: Chris Plate
I worked with a client recently that was thinking about offloading a chunk of their data and the handling of that data to Azure. This was their first foray into Azure, and they were looking for some guidance into how to structure their solution. I thought I’d share some of the thinking that went on here, as it seems like a situation that is likely to come up often as more and more organizations proceed in this direction
What is The Azure Machine Learning Service?
Monday, July 14, 2014
By: Dale Mumper
Microsoft recently launched a new Azure service for code-free machine learning. It shows promise in dramatically lowering the complexity of bringing predictive analytics to firms of all sizes and technical skill. I’ll go through a brief introduction to the Azure Machine Learning service and machine learning in general. It’s a great opportunity to leverage the cloud for end-to-end predictive analytics without having to invest in a Data Scientist or learn a plethora of new programming languages.
ExactTarget Marketing Cloud - New User Interface & Email Functionality
Thursday, July 10, 2014
By: Samantha Schoofs
ExactTarget® is always working to provide the best experience possible for their customers. Starting this month, they have announced some major changes to the ExactTarget Marketing Cloud. These updates will improve the user interface and enhance email functionality to better drive your 1:1 customer journey.
SharePoint Designer 2013 and the Rise of the (State) Machine!
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
By: Jim Foy
It’s a Cloudy future…but it is not an all-or-nothing decision
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
By: Tim Van Hammond
every webinar, article or conference seems to indicate that the only decision
you can make today is to move your entire organization to the cloud but, is
that really true?
Custom Bindings Using Xamarin
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
By: Brian Mahloch
So you've developed an application in Xamarin and need to use a third-party library that has not yet been bound to C#. Now what? Thankfully Xamarin provides us with the tooling required to bind third-party libraries to C# ourselves. This blog will show you how easy it can be.
Introduction to Work Item Charting
Friday, June 6, 2014
By: Mike Tovbin
This post will go over creating a work item chart from work item queries in TFS 2013 and Visual Studio Online. I will go through creating a work item query, creating a chart for that work item query and eventually pinning the chart to the project home page in TFS.
Scenarios for Moving to the Azure Cloud
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
By: Chris Plate
I worked with a client recently that was thinking about offloading a chunk of their data and the handling of that data to Azure. This was their first foray into Azure, and they were looking for some guidance into how to structure their solution. I thought I’d share some of the thinking that went on here, as it seems like a situation that is likely to come up often as more and more organizations proceed in this direction.
Time Is Eternal – Using NodaTime in WebAPI
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
By: Steve Nelson
The use of the Noda Time types are an improvement over the standard .NET DateTime type. The Noda Time types allow you to define a date and time in a specific time zone. This post shows how to use the Noda Time types in a WebAPI project.
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