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How to Use .NET Core CLI to Create a Multi-Project Solution
Ben Buhr Ben Buhr  |  
Feb 20, 2018
.NET Core has been around for a while (over three years if you count the release candidates). Over that time, the framework and tooling around it has evolved rapidly. I remember starting work on a new ASP.NET Core website back when the framework was in its first release candidate. At that time...
The High Cost of Doing Nothing
Jason Muenster Jason Muenster  |  
Feb 08, 2018
Being in the consulting world and working with companies of all shapes, sizes, and industries, I’ve often found that our biggest competition isn’t another consulting company that proposes a better solution or a lower price, but rather a client’s decision to simply do nothing. There are surely...
Getting Started with the SharePoint Framework (SPFx)
Sarah Otto Sarah Otto  |  
Feb 01, 2018
Throughout 2017, Microsoft has been releasing updates to the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) - a new client-side development experience to customize SharePoint’s Modern Experience. At Skyline, we’ve been experiencing the changing development landscape as it takes shape. Recently, I was lucky to have...
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Is Your Company Ready for the AI Revolution?
Tim Morrow Tim Morrow  |  
Jan 30, 2018
At Skyline, we like to stay on top of the latest technology trends so we can help you maximize potential areas of growth for your company. The 2018 Consumer Electronic Show (CES), which highlights the newest products and industry trends, just wrapped up in Las Vegas. One of the hottest trends to...
100% Customer Retention Isn’t Easy, But We Did It and So Can You
Mitch Weckop Mitch Weckop  |  
Jan 23, 2018
Retaining customers is so important that decades of research on customer experience has led to numerous ways to assess a company’s relationship with its customers.Net Promoter Score Net promoter score is an example of this, where via a survey a cross section of customers are asked about their...
How to Provide an Alexa Skill Content from Kentico Cloud
Axel Larsen Axel Larsen  |  
Jan 18, 2018
If you haven’t noticed yet, there’s a new way to browse the web and it doesn’t even require unlocking a screen: voice assistants. These have been around for a while in our phones and computers, but now companies like Amazon and Google have developed their own hardware that utilize these digital...
Power BI: Drillthrough Using Built-in Date Hierarchy
Scott Hietpas Scott Hietpas  |  
Jan 16, 2018
The January 2018 Power BI Desktop update introduced a preview feature that allows you to see the auto-generated date hierarchy in the data model. Per the January 2018 feature summary…For a long time now, we’ve been automatically creating a date hierarchy for you whenever you are using our...
When To Stop Coding
Alexander Pflughoeft Alexander Pflughoeft  |  
Jan 11, 2018
Imagine your early days as a kid. You are sitting on the floor with a pile of Legos in front of you. What will you create? The possibilities are endless! Then it hits you. A toy car! Of course you want to build a car; you are a kid after all. You muster up a rough idea of what your car will need...
How to Pass the Professional Scrum Master Level III (PSM III)
Lucas Smith Lucas Smith  |  
Jan 09, 2018
The Professional Scrum Master Level III is the highest level of Scrum Master certification available through Scrum.org and is described as a way to demonstrate “a distinguished level of scrum mastery”. Originally this was called the PSM II but was rebranded as the PSM III with the introduction of...
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How to Pass the Professional Scrum Master Level II (PSM II)
Lucas Smith Lucas Smith  |  
Jan 04, 2018
The Professional Scrum Master Level II is the intermediate level Scrum Master certification available through Scrum.org. Originally, the PSM II was an essay-based test that was extremely challenging in the time limits provided and designed to gauge effectiveness as a trainer and coach of Scrum.  ...
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