A recent project required me to create an Android ListView looking like the “out of the box” IOS ListView which separates the items by letter and has the letter at the top of each letter section (IOS example below):
Since there is no switch in Android Development to just turn this feature on, I created a […]
Blog Post by: Nick Rubino
We are ramping up for our biggest BizTalk/Integration event in Europe on 3rd and 4th of March 2014. As a path to the event we are going to publish one super useful BizTalk server tip every day. The tips are curated by our own expertise and also from our good friends from Integration MVP […]
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Blog Post by: Saravana Kumar
The buzz on the street is Satya Nadella to be the next CEO at Microsoft.
Having met and spent time with him – he comes across as being very thoughtful with
points in question being responded to carefully and measured.
Great innovator & I think will guide the ship where it needs to go to be successful
during these technologically shifting times.
Wishing you all the success Satya.
Blog Post by: Mick Badran
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Blog Post by: Jeremy Ronk
We launched BizTalk360 Version 7.0 in November, 2013 with the major upgrade rewriting the complete UI in HTML5, moving away from Silverlight. Since then, We have been consistently adding additional features to the application by following the best development practices. Recently, We have been noticing some UI components misaligned as we add on features one […]
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Blog Post by: Arunkumar Kumaresan
Ever since Microsoft integrated the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) into the relational database engine back in SQL Server 2005, the recommended technique for extending T-SQL with custom code has been to use SQL CLR with a .NET language (such as C# or VB). This is because CLR code is managed code, meaning that at […]
Blog Post by: Lenni Lobel
I always loved to read a lot and different types of magazines, about technology, cars or even National Geographic, sometimes just to pass the time flipping through their pages watching the photos, sometimes based on the title get deep and read the articles. I believe that is a good way to keep us updated on […]
Blog Post by: Sandro Pereira
Responsibilities: Participate in the analysis, design, development, deployment and transition to operations of the BTS soltutions we develop for our clients Translate the functional requirements of our customers into technical solutions that really work Serve as gatekeeper between service delivery and service operations (support change management, approve for operations, release and config mgt) Optimize operational […]
Blog Post by: Cnext
Responsibilities: Administer the BTS environment at our Managed Services Customers (includes platform modifications, monitoring, deployment, updates) Serve as gatekeeper between service delivery and service operations (support change management, approve for operations, release and config mgt) Optimize operational procedures (checklists, performance tuning, optimization, problem mgt) Database Management (monitoring, tuning, maintenance) Coordinate operational activities (Remote Operations and […]
Blog Post by: Cnext
Recently I attempted to create an application that worked in an “Offline” mode. However one of the biggest hurdles I encountered was maintaining the data model throughout development. As most projects go, the definition of the database tables changed frequently, and maintaining the structure became a tangled mess of version numbers, alter statements and data […]
Blog Post by: Rob Rastelli