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Is It Time to Renovate or Rebuild?

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Oct 20, 2016 7:45:00 AM

Renovate or rebuild?

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Topics: Application Development, Software Development

Software Development: Should I Upgrade?

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Oct 15, 2016 10:00:00 PM

Should You Upgrade?

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Topics: Software Development

Don't Reinvent The Wheel

Posted by Jerry Dwinell on Oct 4, 2016 3:08:28 PM

 The Power of Leveraging Services

Have you ever discovered after having written a piece of code; that someone else in the organization already had a routine to do what you just wrote? How many hours have been duplicated writing things that already exist? Now, expand that beyond your organization and you'll begin to see the scale of the wasted hours of reinventing wheels.

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Topics: Software Development

Ways to Handle Events on Data Change with AngularJS

Posted by Ali Aljishi on Aug 4, 2016 8:21:00 AM

On Change Event Handling with AngularJs 

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Topics: Application Development, Software Development

Continuous Build Integration

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Jun 9, 2014 9:31:00 AM

Some major goals of mine this year have been around process and automation.  Among those are automated builds and deployment.  The goal is to create a consistent, streamlined process that everyone follows, that elliminates a lot of the variables associated with checking code into source control and deploying it to various environments.  There are a lot of things that can go wrong when everything is manually being pushed.  Some of the major things that can cause havoc can range from:

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Topics: Software Development

Unit Testing AngularJS Directives With External Templates

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Jun 9, 2014 9:27:00 AM

I've always been more of a server-side guy. But on a recent project we decided to dive into Angular and see what it's all about. As I learned more, I wrote my first AngularJS directive. I hate including HTML inline as a string in Javascript, so I definitely wanted to use templateUrl. This was all fine and good, and I got my directive up and running. Then I decided it was time to unit test it. That's where the real fun began.

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Topics: Application Development, Software Development