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GitFlow: A Merge Strategy with Less Mess and More Sense

Posted by Kris Coleman on May 2, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Managing a project’s stability during development and release cycles is a problem that every software shop must face. There are many approaches to tackling this problem, and today I’m going to talk about GitFlow.

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Topics: Development Trends

Case Study: Legal Copy Services

Posted by Mandy Cech on Apr 25, 2017 11:00:00 AM

As a record retrieval company, Legal Copy Services (LCS) gathers data for legal, medical, and insurance companies to use in upcoming cases. Some clients request print copies, but the records also go into an online client portal for fast and easy access. For LCS, a strong IT infrastructure isn’t just a cost; it helps their business generate revenue.

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Topics: Infrastructure & IT Support

An Office 365 Migration Guide for Business

Posted by Xavier Elizondo on Apr 19, 2017 10:48:28 AM

There is a lot of chatter lately about Office 365 migrations. However, once I get talking with people, their definitions vary widely. The most popular feature, email, is often what people mean when they say they're interested in "Office 365". Others think of it just in terms of the office suite of programs. Still others think of it as solely a document repository. Very few consider Office 365 in its entirety as a platform. 

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Topics: Infrastructure & IT Support

Be a Better Programmer: Best Practices and TDD

Posted by Kris Coleman on Apr 11, 2017 11:06:23 AM

Test Driven Development is a tried and proven method of software development that helps you validate your work as you code. Previously I’ve talked about the benefits of TDD, and why it is successful. I could continue with an Intro to TDD, but I’ve found other sources that do a great job already of explaining the process. Instead, today I’d like to focus on best practices which lend themselves well to TDD, and if you aren’t following them already, they could make you a better programmer!

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Topics: Development Trends

Manage Technology with a Virtual CIO

Posted by Ryan Malott on Apr 4, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Imagine your office is in a rural part of the country, and your base of operations covers over 16,000 miles. It can be challenging to find the workforce that you need. When you’re in the position to look for talent in a competitive field like IT – the struggle is even greater.

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Topics: Infrastructure & IT Support

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