As a developer I’ve had to write a lot of code related to dates and time. Time is important. Time is money! Time is on my side, yes it is. Ok, so .NET provides a number of classes in System for dealing with time, and 3rd party libraries like NodaTime provide even more, such that […]
At iTrellis, we feel really good about how we hire software developers. First and foremost, our process does *not* include whiteboarding. We want our process to focus on how well the candidate codes, and to work from real-life code that they’ve actually written. To get this, we ask people to submit a code project. We […]
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants Chances are if you’ve been tasked with working on a legacy software application it’s because that application is still being utilized within the day to day operations of a business and has proven its value over time, otherwise it would have been cast aside a long time ago. It […]
A recent engagement had me migrating a client’s existing, on-premises accounting system to a cloud based solution. They have around 20 individual feeds of data which wrote directly to an on-prem Microsoft Dynamics GP instance; I needed to get their current systems to feed data into a new Microsoft Dynamics AX in Azure backend.
According to linguists, learning a second language breaks your brain.
The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, says your perceptions of reality are influenced by the language(s) you speak. So what does that have to do with programming?
I showed up expecting to start a Xamarin project. I’d never even heard of MuleSoft. Now I wonder how I did without it.