by Matthew Adams
As part of my series on guidance for CTOs, I discuss using the Office of the CTO (OCTO) approach to management, its strengths and limitations.
by Ed Freeman
If you’ve worked with Power BI at all, you’ll have probably realised that there are numerous mediums through which you work with (potentially the “same”) data. Data types across these mediums can be called different things, but actually refer to the same thing. They can also (unsurprisingly) be called different things and actually mean different things. It’s useful to know what the corresponding data types are across these mediums, as you may need to, for example, convert queries from one format to another. This blog and containing report intend to clarify what the corresponding data types are across each of the separate mediums within Power BI.
by Carmel Eve
At endjin we have a high quality bar when it comes to our code. As part of this we carry out regular code reviews. One of the tools we have used for these code reviews is NDepend. This is the first in a blog series written as we carried out that process. This post runs through the different metrics used by NDepend, and the reasons that each of these can be an indication of code quality.
by Matthew Adams
[This post is now obsolete – you should look at updating to later versions of SpecFlow] While you cannot yet use SpecFlow with netcore or netstandard projects, you can use new-style (dotnet) test projects that target net461, and reference netstandard projects-under-test from there. We like to use XUnit as the underlying test provider in this […]
by Howard van Rooijen
We’re very excited to announce that at Future Decoded on 01 November from 11:30 – 12:30 in L3 – Session Room 11, we’re going to be sharing our experiences with Cosmos DB! Co-presenting with Microsoft’s Phil Harvey, endjin’s Director of Engineering, James Broome and Engineer Mike Larah are going to provide an overview of Cosmos […]
by Richard Kerslake
Wouldn’t it be great if… …you could stand up an entire ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) environment at the click of a button? With Visual Studio Team Services, you can! Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is a cloud collaboration tool for teams to share code, track work, and ship software. It has a number of key […]