In this post, Mohamed Radwan from Testhouse looks at how the Delivery Plans extension for VSTS works, and how you can utilise it to carry out your project deliveries.
When you use the word Exception it always sounds scary, but exceptions in .NET are far from scary and are much more useful than the old days of returning error codes and error strings. With that in mind, here are my top five tips for handling .NET Exceptions.
Fully Open, licensed under MIT and managed on Github, Parquet.Net is a library for modern .NET that enables the reading and writings of Parquet files inside the .NET framework.
Gavin Payne considers how and why organisations are moving their databases to Microsoft’s cloud relational database service, Azure SQL Database.
The seventh part of John Craddock’s series into Azure Active Directory shows you how to publish applications to the Internet using the Azure AD Application Proxy.
Alex Bennett from Firebrand Training takes a look at Windows Server certification, from what the changes from the end of last year mean, to what courses are available.
This month, our close partner Utilidex has agreed to publish the work they had been doing with Microsoft on Blockchain.
Anthony Dang, a Senior Developer at The Cogworks, takes a look at some of the common issues that plague web development, and the best practices that address these issues.
Gavin Payne talks about how tech events are changing, and what you as a speaker can do to better accommodate your audience.
With Intune 1705, you now have the ability to change your business’ Mobile Device Management (MDM) authority. Paul Winstanley walks through the considerations that need to be made before doing this, along with a detailed guide that shows how you can do it.