With the fiscal year coming to a close this month, managers are scrambling to find a way to make the most of their money. Before you go on a maniacal last-minute spending spree, here are some tips to help you decide how to allocate your government year-end spending.
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.
You’re so pleased with your latest Tableau workbook, you’re convinced you’ve done everything right and that it’s all running as smoothly as possible. But what happens when something goes wrong? Even worse, when someone else notices the issue before you catch it? Here’s how you can set up instant notifications to avoid that sticky situation.
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’s everything you need to know about the newest features in Exchange 2013 SP1.
Here’s how you can ensure that your most valuable Tableau Server workbooks are always safe and secure.
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.
Proposal writing can be daunting, but it’s a heck of a lot easier when you truly understand your audience. Here are eight questions that will help you get a handle on it.
Researchers have figured out how to reprogram the firmware of almost any commonly available USB flash drive, proving that your personal information isn’t really all that personal. Here’s what you need to know.
Did you know that you don’t have to completely rewrite your Access apps in order to make them more accessible? Here’s how you can use Office 365 APIs, Access Services and SharePoint to turn them into apps that make everyone’s life a little easier.
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.
Here’s everything you need to know about spikes, a special type of user story, and how they can help your team tackle the unknown.
The bash history mechanism is persistent and remains with us even after reboots, so we want to ensure that it contains information that is relevant to our use of the command line. Here’s how it works and how you can manage its contents.
Object-oriented programming (OOP) is much more than you think. The more you know about these concepts, the more you can leverage the features of OOP languages, such as C#, to build well-crafted and testable applications. Here are four key techniques for building great object-oriented software.
If you’re not already using Bower, it’s time to rethink your workflow. Here’s a quick overview of what it is, why you need it and how to get started.
Here’s the full rundown on how you can use your Digital-Tutors access to start creating games right now.
Did you know that you don’t need Office 365 or SharePoint Online to get Microsoft’s business cloud storage service? There’s actually a standalone subscription that lets you buy cloud storage for your users and link it to your existing on-premise SharePoint 2013 setup. Here’s how it works.
Over the last six months, we’ve seen Icehouse come out of the gates, along with a very successful summit in Atlanta. Here’s a quick recap to see where OpenStack stands now.
Have a question about Xamarin? We round up everything you need to know in this Q&A.