If you’ve spent any time in the software sphere at all over the past few years, you’ve undoubtedly come across the term DevOps. What is it exactly? What does it mean for our businesses? How do we put it into practice? Let’s dig into DevOps.
In part two of our series on Web APIs, Senior .NET Developer Dimitar Zhelev explains how service and repository layers interact in C#.
In this post, Senior .NET Developer Dimitar Zhelev describes how to structure a web application. Dive into a high level overview of web APIs, discover why multilayer architecture is a good thing, and learn how to split an application into layers.
Competitive markets put new demands on the ways business leaders need to derive meaning from growing pools of data. When it comes to visualizing business intelligence and analytics, data plug and chug won’t cut it. What will? True business intelligence demands an informed data collection strategy.
What’s the secret to teaching children to read? Align researchers and teachers to inform better assessment tactics. U of M IGDILab experts worked with us to create software that implements a leading early childhood assessment suite in the modern classroom, producing actionable insights into student performance.
What’s the secret to overcoming IoT security challenges? Non-passive data collection and ensuring adherence to typical security protocols are key steps. It’s not necessary to reinvent the wheel, but seeking help from a third party monitoring service may help scale security efforts to a growing IoT solution.