.NET Core In-Memory Database

GIGO – Garbage In, Garbage Out. It’s a fundamental concept in software development. However high the quality of our code, if we feed in invalid data, we’ll get invalid results. And when we’re doing unit testing, we are specifically assessing the functionality of our code, not the validity of our data. As far as is […]
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A Primer on Cyber Security For Students and Families Schooling at Home

As many as 60% of parents are considering at-home education for P-12 children in the Fall of 2020. No matter how many families make that choice, many or most will be using computers at home. These may be computers shared with other family members or computers dedicated to home learning. Either way, the home computer […]
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Do You See Classroom Training in the Future?

Where and how will you take your next class? Will it be in a traditional classroom? In a classroom with seats spaced far apart? Online? By watching recorded videos? In a highly-interactive game-like environment? In a one-on-one coaching or mentoring setting? Have you even thought about it? Like it or not, the training landscape is […]
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Technology of the Remote Worker

The most important thing, for me here, is that the technology needs to be utilised as an enabler.  I know companies that utilise technology to reduce empowerment such as employing keyloggers to check productivity.  The idea that a human can stare at a screen and type non-stop for 8 hours a day is an example […]
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Using Postman to Learn the Azure Artificial Intelligence APIs

Azure Artificial Intelligence can be accessed by virtually any programming platform; all that is necessary is to formulate and send the appropriate http request and correctly parse the response. The Application Program Interface (API) is the same whether you prefer C#, Python, Node.js, or a host of other environments. But what if you are just […]
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