Thank you for reading our blog in 2016 and we hope you will join us for more interesting articles in 2017. We’re taking a look back at our blog posts from last year and counting down our most read blog posts. Why not take a moment to read through our top 10 list, are there any that you missed?
In a boom of API use, we look at automating the testing of API endpoints that employ the OAuth Authorization protocol.
I recently had a conversation with a colleague regarding service level agreements and what kind of uptime SLAs we were required to provide or would recommend to some our customers.
Utilising Full-text search in one of our solutions is a cool new feature we could roll out to our clients.
Because we have a number of development engineers spanning various levels of experience, we thought it would be appropriate to have a quick refresher course on SOLID with some practical examples in one of our lunchtime brown-bag sessions.
Microsoft provided documentation and scripts for the Visual Studio Online version of Application Insights, but this SDK is now deprecated; similar scripts for the new version are not yet available.
In the past week, we’ve moved the user to a new SQL Server 2014 Standard Edition. Here are a few of the things we’ve learned along the way with regards setting up SQL Server and SSRS as standalone instances on Azure VMs.
One of our products contains an IIS web application which uses long-running threads to process background tasks. Unfortunately, this can make it a little tricky to deploy a new version of the product.
We recently integrated SignalR into one of our Azure solutions to push notifications to users. For scaling out between multiple instances of roles, we facilitated Redis.
and our most read post of 2016 is ………..