In this blog post, I will highlight the various insights and learnings I discovered from attending Microsoft Build 2016’s online sessions and my recent visit to DevSum16, the “best .NET conference in Sweden.” More specifically, I will take a look at the next big step for Microsoft .NET.
Shinetech announced that the company increased revenue by 20% compared to same period last year based on the financial results for the first quarter ending March 31, 2016. The company attributes the growth to its continued expansion of local onsite services, and a strong growth in the number of large multi-year contracts.
The company is expanding its onsite services across the globe and expect this upward trend to continue into the second quarter and throughout the rest of the year.
In this blog post, I will be sharing my recent experience from a 5-day onsite visit with a client I have been working with for the last two years as senior developer for their web development project. I will be highlighting insights learned, best practices and the benefits of having onsite client visits.
In today’s fast-paced world, users prefer a quick way to perform most of their tasks. With the huge growth in smart phone users, mobile applications have become an extremely large business. However, to sell your application globally in the app stores, you need to consider localization.
In this blog, I will use a demo to show how ReactNative NavigatorIOS works. The demo is written in ES6, you can check React docs to know more about it. Below is the final app I made for this demo, you can get the code from my github repo.
In this blog post, we will discuss Design Patterns and how they can help maintain good coding structure and make it easier for developers to adjust to requirement changes. More specifically, we will take an in-depth look at Abstract Factory Pattern, which is an extension of the Factory Method Pattern. A Factory Pattern is simply a creational pattern which helps to decouple the consumers of a class from creating a new instance.