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.NET Goes Open Source

Big giant news from S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft, announcing .NET going open source. Open source is discussed at CSW every time we have a chance to work with a new technology, or when software releases come out. The open source movement, concerning development models, promotes a universal access via a free license to a product’s design or blueprint, and universal redistribution of that...

Technologies We Use: Umbraco, a CMS

Choosing a content management system (CMS) for your website can be a difficult process that could keep you changing your mind between the many solutions available. This can be down to features provided, the pros and cons of each system, and the cost of building and hosting the solution. However, the question you should always ask yourself while considering CMSs is the same: “What are we trying to achieve?” Very briefly, this is what a CMS is...

Introduction to Software Projects Part I: Types of Projects

It’s the company’s anniversary party. Wow! I just can’t believe it’s been 5 years already and we’re still rocking, said the founder. Yes, said one of the engineers, it is amazing! The engineer’s wife asked him a moment later, honey, how is it that the company has customers? You know, I was on the Internet the other day and I couldn’t find the company’s website. That’s simple, we don’t have one. We rely on referrals to get...

Things We Know: Introduction to Database Maintenance Services

Here’s the thing with databases: their need to be updated and organized is so obvious, and that analogy of “databases are like libraries” is so fitting… yet there’s always that time when the terror arrives, and the questions are asked: where did everything go, and who organized this into a mess? For those who haven’t heard the database library fable, here it is: You find yourself in the beautiful forest that is your...

Tools for Big Data Related to Marketing for Small Businesses

  This is a follow-up on big data, specifically related to the tools for big data that small businesses can rely on to document and analyze information, in order to build better marketing strategies. Our first post on big data covered basic information, like its definition: a collection of data from traditional and digital sources, inside and outside of the company, that represent a source for ongoing discovery and analysis. The mainstream...

Meet our Developers: Arístides Castillo

Where are you from? I’m from Barquisimeto, Venezuela. What made you decide to become a developer? I discovered what computers were twice in my young life. When I was 5 years old, I used one for the first time and when I was 14 years old, when I learned what Programming Language truly was (Basic, back in the 90s). It turned out that I was good at understanding how a computer behaved and quickly became really good at communicating with them; I...
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.NET Goes Open Source

December 16th, 2014

Big giant news from S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of the... ...

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Technologies We Use: Umbraco, a CMS

December 9th, 2014

Choosing a content management system (CMS) for your website can be a... ...

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Things We Know: Introduction to Database Maintenance Services

November 25th, 2014

Here’s the thing with databases: their need to be updated and... ...

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