Monday, October 18, 2021
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Wrestling With the Telerik MVC Grid Control (Part 1)

Third party controls can be a great option when building cost-effective client solutions, but there's always a learning curve that comes with it. It...
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NUnit and TDD – Fail First

Between handling response issues, we've continued our NUnit exploration. From what I've been reading, it appears that using NUnit without the intention of TDD is...

Incorporating NUnit into the Culture

My team is taking a dedicated look at NUnit over the next week or so, in order to figure out how to incorporate it...

There is Always a Need for Good Software Developers

What I'm about to say does not pertain to everyone having trouble finding employment in software development during this difficult time, but DO NOT...

AWS Simple Storage Service (S3)

S3 is object-based flat file unlimited storage. It's unlimited, but that doesn't mean we should throw files up there without thinking -- storage still costs money. It's not block-based, so it's not meant for storing operating systems or live databases. But any type of file can be stored (including database file backups), and each can be from 0 bytes up to 5 TB. General knowledge about S3 is one of the key categories in the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam.