Book lovers, aka bibliophiles, are 6 feet under…. If you want to learn something new, most people just Google it, others watch a video. I have a fond history with books, and they helped me build SSW. The beginning of SSW Rules When I first started SSW I read a business book that helped me […]
Security vulnerabilities involving connection strings can arise based on the type of authentication used, how connection strings are persisted in memory, and the techniques used to construct them at run time. Find out how to minimise the risk of exposing your secrets via code.
Adam Cogan walks you through his experience with Power Apps. He’ll cover the increase in demand, the usefulness, when to use a Power App and real-world applications.
In a perfect world, development projects would be: Deployed often Developed using Agile practices, for example following Scrum Using mainstream technologies and libraries Managed & developed using best practices – the reason I started rules.ssw.com.au Run at a sustainable cadence with a team of at least 2 developers Code written in buddy fashion – 2 […]
With so much of our time already dominated by Coronavirus, I didn’t want my 2020 year in review to be just about the changes it has wrought on the world. I know in Australia we have all experienced the upheaval at work, the pain of the severe lockdowns, social isolation, and more importantly, the fear […]
I think it’s no secret that developers hate paperwork. We like solving complex problems and exploring new frameworks and libraries. We like writing documentation about as much as we like instant coffee… At SSW we’ve enjoyed automating everything from the 100 steps that happen for a new hire, to the daily chore of entering timesheets. […]
The world has changed With social distancing our new norm, and working from home, people have had to learn new ways to connect. Sadly for now large events are a thing of the past. For 25 years I have travelled to America for conferences without missing a year, until Coronavirus hit. I also travelled to […]
A good architecture diagram (aka a cloud architecture diagram or system architecture diagram) gives a great overview of your project. It lets you see at a glance what the overall structure of the solution is. This is useful for gaining an understanding of how the system fits together, how it flows, and what it does. It also helps […]