Quick Links To Help You Learn About Developing For The Cloud

Unsurprisingly I think the way Cloud Computing is transforming the IT industry is also leading to easier ways to learn and develop skills about the Cloud. In this post I'm going to give a run down on what I think some of the best ways are to start dipping your toe into this space if … Continue reading Quick Links To Help You Learn About Developing For The Cloud

The Terrible Truth About Version 1.0.0.0

Let me start by saying that if you think this going to be a post about how bad most "v1" software is then you will be sorely disappointed and you should move on. What I am going to talk about is fairly similar to Scott Hanselman's blog on semantic versioning and the reasons you should … Continue reading The Terrible Truth About Version 1.0.0.0

Dr. Script or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Powershell

Powershell has been with us now since late 2006 but my experience is that widespread understanding and use of it is still very restricted within the .Net developer community.  If you're a Windows administrator, operator or release manager I'm sure you're all over it.  If you're job description doesn't fit in one of those three … Continue reading Dr. Script or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Powershell