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Distributed transaction management is a key architectural consideration that needs to be addressed whenever you are proposing a microservices deployment model to a customer. Learn how to keep up with today's world where focus is on modular, self-contained APIs.

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Published in blog | Published on July 21, 2016

Deeply nested code is very difficult to follow, wrap your head around and test. In many cases it is possible to flatten deeply nested code by very simple means. Here are a few examples in Python, but the concepts translate to most languages.

Published in blog | Published on July 13, 2016

Learn more about the concept of the T-shaped employee and how it applies in software development.

Published in Database Development Zone | Published on July 11, 2016

Set-based solutions are always faster than loops in SQL, right? Usually that is true but not always. You should generally take a set-based solution first, performance test it (at scale!) and start investigating loops only if you find your set-based approach, for some reason, fails to scale up.

Published in blog | Published on July 8, 2016

Learn more about the idea of exception filters that was newly introduced in C# 6.0.

Published in Web Development Zone | Published on July 5, 2016

Let's Encrypt simplifies the process of installing SSL certificates and allows you to set up a free SSL certificate on your Web site in just a few minutes.

Published in Open Source Zone | Published on June 30, 2016

Learn about Vagrant's complex features, such as synced folders, provisioning scripts and running multiple virtual machines at the same time.

Published in blog | Published on June 29, 2016

Learn more about the release of a JavaScript Core Library that packages some of the common practices to accelerate the development of SharePoint using client-side technologies.

Published in blog | Published on June 28, 2016

With Xamarin, you develop in C# and have the power of the .NET framework behind you. Xamarin does the heavy lifting of translating your C# code to the native mobile OS.

Published in blog | Published on June 24, 2016

The real issue is maintaining organizational productivity as the level of unproductively traditionally increases with scale. This is nothing new. It is one of the reasons that miniature startups can beat multi-billion-dollar corporations.

Published in Database Development Zone | Published on June 23, 2016

People often say that using stored procedures protects you against SQL injection attacks.  This is incorrect. Learn how to secure your data the right way.

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PIVOTing Data in SQL
Published in SQL | Published on July 19, 2016
SynchronizationContext in C#
Published in C# | Published on July 12, 2016
Using LINQ for Queries
Published in C# | Published on July 5, 2016
Using LINQ to Identify Empty Text Boxes in C#
Published in C# | Published on June 28, 2016
Reading a File Backwards Quickly in C#
Published in C# | Published on June 22, 2016
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