Much like yoga requires flexibility, adapting to the cloud forces you to bend in ways that you probably hadn’t previously considered. Here’s how you can stop feeling like the rookie in the room.
Networking is deeply intertwined with the user’s experience and overall perception of your application, which is why it’s so important to understand how it all works. Here’s a quick rundown to make sure you’ve got everything running as smoothly as possible.
Not quite ready for school to be back in session? You’re not alone. We’ve rounded up some of the best apps and gadgets to help ease the pain.
We all know how quickly things change in the IT world, but does your team have what it takes to keep up? Here are five challenges you can’t afford to overlook.
Using IDisposable in .NET will help you write the most efficient, effective code. Here are a few simple steps to help you get a handle on it.
Here are five amazing places that will help you remember what life was like before technology took over.
Think controlling user access is a cinch? Think again. Turns out too many IT admins are overconfident about handling data breaches. Here’s how educating your users can help protect your company against attacks.
Whether you’re tired of writing boilerplate code, struggling to maintain your code or just eager to try something new, you should learn Scala, an open-source, multi-paradigm language. Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know right now.
Learn about one of Microsoft’s latest features, known as Desired State Configuration (DSC). Here’s a quick overview of what it is, how it works, and what the future holds.
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by too much technology, you’re not alone. Here are four tried and true tips to help keep you on track.
Working on a successful software project is exciting and rewarding, but it isn’t without its problems. Let’s take a look at eight of the most common issues to watch out for.
Check out these expert tips for handling your boss and covering your back when your project isn’t ready to ship in time.
There are plenty of reasons you should get to know the D programming language. Here are a few to get you started right now.
Massive. Huge. Catastrophic. These are the words being used in headlines to describe the Heartbleed bug, and the articles they lead are basically declaring that internet security as we know it is dead. What is the Heartbleed bug and is it really that bad? Here’s everything that you need to know.
So you’ve finally achieved the freedom that comes with working remotely. Congratulations! Whether the Man is letting out some slack on your leash and allowing you to work from home, or you’re out begging for contracts as an independent freelancer, working remotely has some unique challenges.
If you’ve seen your kid take to your iPhone like a fish to water, maybe you’ve thought about how to get them interested in DIY, or introducing technology as something they can do not just something they use. Luckily, there are plenty of kits and tools out there making it a lot easier to get someone introduced to the wide world of electronics (or robotics, or gaming, or mobile development).
Microsoft recently announced that SQL Server 2014 has been released to manufacturing, and that this latest upgrade to Microsoft’s popular relational database management system (RDBMS) will be widely available for download on April 1st, 2014. SQL Server 2014 has dozens of new features and improvements, but which are most noteworthy?
There are many ways to stay busy at work, but do they really add value? Does “busy” mean “important”? You can wear yourself thin with email, todo lists, organizing your desk, instant messages, phone calls, text messages and social media and still not really accomplish anything in a day. All of those things have their place but sometimes they are nothing more than productivity thieves.