Blazor: Why, When…and Your Future

Blazor is Microsoft’s cross-platform technology for creating client-side, browser-based applications in C# using .NET Core. It really does work and, more importantly, really could change everything. The immediate reason that IT shops should be interested in Blazor is because it reduces the size of the shop’s toolbox. The long term reason that you want to […]
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Developers: Get Good with your IDE for Productivity

I’ve watched many beginning developers learn the bare minimum about their IDE, and then… stop. Just enough to edit, compile, and run. This is not enough. No matter what language you code in, and no matter what IDE you use, you spend a lot of your day using the tool. So it’s worth investing the […]
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Why Order Matters

While it may seem strange, sometimes it is possible for a mathematical expression to have two different right answers. Consider: This expression has been discussed on the Internet since 2011! The correct answer could be either 2 or 288. Really. It depends on how the expression is evaluated. To understand that we have to understand […]
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Office 365: It’s intuitive… Isn’t it?

Imagine you work in construction. You open your toolbox one morning to find that your saw is sharper and your drill more powerful than the night before! Not only that but some tools have disappeared and yet you have more tools than yesterday! Some tools you rarely use and others never! Whilst paying for all […]
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4 Reasons Why Python is a Great Language to Learn

Python is one of the fastest growing programming languages on the planet. It’s has such a huge range of applications that it’s arguably one of a number of tools redefining how we understand technical skills in the workplace – it’s helping to blur the line between tech professionals and other established managerial roles. Here are […]
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