September 19, 2018 // By David Frankenfield
At Magenic, technology isn’t just our job -- it’s our passion. Our employees are leaders in software technology and make it a personal mission to share their knowledge and insights. Join in the conversation and increase your speed to market by reading the technical blogs written by some of our premiere thought leaders.
Here are some of the latest posts:
Rocky Lhotka (CTO, Minneapolis) – This month, Rocky walks through an issue in the latest version of VS (Visual Studio) 2017. He also demonstrates how valuable (and kind!) The Quora technical community is in this recent blog post. Rocky also discusses the present and future benefits of Container technology here.
Caleb Mcelrath (Consultant, Minneapolis) – Caleb describes serving static web files from a Docker Container on his software development blog.
Paul Grizzaffi (Principal Automation Architect, Dallas) – Paul’s latest automation blog post is about the real costs of customization.
Stuart Williams (Principal Consultant, Sacramento) – Stuart has a list of Essential Books for many disciplines including developers, architect, and project managers. You can also follow Stuart on YouTube. Check out his latest video, outlining Semantic Versioning using examples in .NET Core.
Kevin Ford (Mobile Practice Lead, National Markets) – Kevin looks at how past technical innovations like the iPhone combined multiple technologies, and how our new products like AI and augmented reality could be signaling a new device revolution.
Allen Conway (Associate Principal Consultant, National Markets) – Allen continues a ES6 Module theme with using a Triple Slash Directive to create his own Visual Studio Code Snippet.
Troy Walsh (Practice Lead Consultant, Minneapolis) – Troy goes through the qualifications to become a software test engineer.
Nathan Allen-Wagner (Associate Principal Consultant, National Markets) – Nathan works through the process of providing a Governor for 10,000 tasks using Parallel.For(), why it doesn’t work, and some potential solutions. Parallel.For() is not Async Friendly.
Drew Koenig (Security Solutions Architect, Minneapolis) – Drew written a comparison of Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud services here.
If you'd like to learn more from our thought leaders and how they can help you get to market faster, contact us today to start a conversation.