One of the side effects of my line of business is that I get to spend a lot of time meeting , talking to, networking with and working with many so-called start-up entrepreneurs. More often than not helping them to overcome an issue which from what appears from the outset as a technological problem but after further analysis actually stems from deeply rooted business problems.
Gary is Technical Director at Denizon, an independent software vendor specialising in IoT, Field Service and associated managed services, enabling customers to be efficient, productive, secure and scalable in a way which helps them address and reduce their ecological impact. Denizon's product line successfully integrate IoT, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain technology to enable efficient, productive, secure and scalable solutions to help organisations address increasing energy demands, ecological impact and Health & Safety concerns of their staff.
Step by step guide on how to Configure an AWS Lightsail Ubuntu server to deploy an ASP.net core website
A quick guide on how to enable ssh connectivity to AWS lightsail from ubuntu terminal
Cookies are stale. These days there are better solutions for user authentication, which solve the headaches cookies cause with mobile and single-page applications.
Check out how to make use of JWT token authentication in .net core.
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AWS CLI is handy command line tool enabling developers to easily configure and manage AWS services from the command line. In this guide we will walk-through the process of installing it on ubuntu.
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Java by Comparison leads you step by step to new insights on good coding practice. Instructive examples compare the do’s and dont’s and make it easy for beginners to get the key points.
This book should be compulsory reading for anyone who would like to open their minds to alternative approaches to making a living.
Taking time to reflect on the progress of my blog over the past year and also highlight some of the plans, ambitions and objectives I have for the forthcoming year!
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are definitely making the headlines again, and developers are starting to make use of it in applications. Getting started with… Read More »Getting Started with Python and Artificial Intelligence on Ubuntu
Serverless framework is a cloud provider agnostic toolkit designed to aid operations around building, managing and deploying serverless components for either full-blown serverless architectures or disparate functions as a service.
Learn how to use the Abstract Factory .NET Design Pattern C# in order to help improve and enhance your code for greater testability.
This is one of the most helpful software engineering books I’ve ever read. It is most useful for people who have some real world experience in .NET development.
SEO for Dummies also covers what not to do if you want to improve your search engine results, which is important since accidentally doing the wrong thing can harm your reputation and your website’s placement in search results.
This book discusses how to decompose complex software systems into modules that can be implemented relatively independently. The discussion first begins with fundamental problem in software design, managing complexity.
Factory Pattern creates objects, in this post we will implement the factory design pattern in a C# application. Using the Factory pattern, we develop an abstraction that isolates the logic for determining which type of class to create.
There is a minimum expectation that, if you are a software developer, irrespective of programming language or discipline that you have actually read this book, at least more than twice! This book should be compulsory reading for anyone, working with code in any capacity.