With all the knowledge the consultants at Magenic possess, it’s too bad they don’t try and spread that with others. Wait a minute…they do! In fact, many of them keep their own blogs in order to do so. We like to keep track of their writing and highlight some of the great posts that these Magenicons have put together. The following are some of the latest and greatest.
Magenic CTO Rocky Lhotka has been actively posting in his blog recently. Some of Rocky’s newer posts include:
Mark Rowe has created several cool posts covering Augmented Reality using Kinect that can be found on his blog. Some of these posts include:
- Augment Reality using Projector and Kinect is HERE!
- Augmented Reality Device Part Deux
- Digital Dimensions – Where we will live – Augmented Reality
While there are several posts on Augmented Reality, many other interesting topics can be found on Mark’s web site as well.
David Lozzi had a couple great posts: Reusing Your Customized SharePoint Web Parts and Map a Drive to a SharePoint Library from Windows Server 2008. The former explains how to export web parts and copy them over to another page within SharePoint, while the latter expands on a nice feature of SharePoint.
In typical fashion, Sergey Barskiy’s been actively posting to his blog. Validating Dependent Fields in ASP.NET MVC, Dealing with Direct Object References in ASP MVC, and Windows 8 Metro Applications and the Azure (with a follow-up here) are some popular posts Sergey’s released lately.
The perpetual writer, Ted Krueger, has continued to add post after post to his page on his technical community, LessThanDot. He has covered Columnstore Indexing in SQL Server 2012 in a few posts that have garnered extensive attention. Columnstore Index – Index Statistics and Columnstore Index Basics have both received many visits recently. Ted has written some other interesting posts, including: Using EXECUTE AS OWNER, Mentoring – As I See It, and Knowing SQL Server and where it lives – T-SQL Tuesday.
As always, Magenicons across the country continue to spread their expertise through blog posts. Keep checking back for the next installment of the Blogger’s Digest with exciting and new blog posts to read.