As one of the premier venues on the Microsoft Ignite tour, Sydney Australia is set to be an amazing experience and DevExpress are proud to be a sponsor. Sydney has already laid on it’s best […]
Finding the time is just one of the dilemmas when it comes to learning new software, talents or languages. I download new apps after reading the reviews and looking at the features list, but then […]
What should we look forward to next year?
DevExpress meetup at the Powerhouse museum, December 1.
While doing a code review this week, the developer asked me if we could refactor some TypeScript. Basically take some repetitive client side code, pop it into a new file and make it easier to […]
A year so filled with ups and downs, tears and laughter too, 2016 you’ve tried and tested me, I’m glad you’re almost through. 2017, you’re nearly here, but yet, I claim you now, to be […]
Sometimes we spend so long working in a technology it is a difficult to make a switch. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right!? The problem is, the world moves on. Using server side […]
DDD Perth was held last weekend in, you guessed it Perth, a sleepy little city in Western Australia. It still makes me smile when sharing with overseas friends that they don’t quite understand the size […]
Over the years, I’ve subscribed to a number of different productivity philosophies. Being in the IT industry has meant adopting and then tweaking certain aspects to meet my needs. There has to be a balance […]
April 2014, I wrote a post about CodeRush vs ReSharper. At the time Roslyn was a hot topic, Microsoft were open sourcing their compiler technology, DevExpress wanted to take advantage of that while JetBrains didn’t (and […]