Tag: Microsoft

.Net’s Stagnation and Brain Drain

Recently Justin Angel posted an essay he’d written titled “The Collapse of the .Net Ecosystem, V3”. It’s an interesting read and very well could be flawed in many meaningful, statically and logical ways. But if you haven’t popped your head up in a while there are noticeably less .Net jobs then there were in 2006-2010.
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Resgrid is a Featured Microsoft Startup

Today Resgrid is being featured by Microsoft as their featured BizSpark startup. Resgrid is a SaaS product deployed on Microsoft Azure, providing logistics, management and communication tools to first responder organizations like volunteer fire, career fire, EMS, search and rescue, public safety, disaster relief organizations, etc. It was founded in late 2012 by myself and
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Azure SQL Database Upgrade S1 to S2 Error

Recently I tried to upgrade Resgrid’s Azure SQL database form S1 to S2. Being able to upgrade the performance/characteristics of your cloud PaaS/IaaS services is one of the major tenants of utilizing a service like Azure. No longer do you by more hardware then you ever will use, you scale it. At Resgrid this is
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