It’s been almost 2 years since SSW first opened the Melbourne office. In that time, the team has almost doubled in size, we’ve run some great events with our friends at Microsoft, and we’re working on some exciting projects for our Melbourne clients. The new office is 4 times the size of our previous office, […]
Yearly Archives: 2017
For many years I’ve been talking about user experience, to the point that some people don’t want to show me their new gadget because they don’t want my comments on the user experience. Similar to the concept of “User eXperience” in software design, the “Customer eXperience” is a marketing term with a commerce weighting that […]
While in Sydney for the NDC conference, Richard Campbell stopped by the Sydney .NET User Group to present “The History of .NET”. Informative and entertaining, this presentation is a much-watch for anyone with an interest in .NET programming.
Last week NDC Sydney was back for a second year, and, just as last year, SSW had its sticky fingers in many pies. The highlight was running an entire track of the conference, as well as live streaming and recording it. SSW was also part of the code club, conducted interviews, ran a booth, and contributed 5 speakers to the event. It was awesome.
.NET has been around since 2002 for the initial release. When it came around it was really revolutionary and we’ve been loving .NET ever since. SSW has built thousands of apps over the last 15 years on .NET and the language and tooling have improved with each release. This new version, called .NET Core, is a generational change. It is a major rewrite that solves a number of issues.
Update April 6, 2018: The app has received a couple of updates that have resolved problems 1 (calling notifications), 2 (Teams is too quiet), and 4 (speed and stability is an issue). Update April 24, 2018: Another update has come through that has resolved Problem 6 (Cannot share screens on mobile devices). This is a […]
‘Dynamics CRM’ is no more – say hello to ‘Dynamics 365’. The flagship Dynamic products have always been AX (Operations), CRM (Sales and Marketing), and NAV (Finance), which could provide organisations with an end-to-end process. However, connectivity was lacking. Dynamics 365 is the combination of these products into one collection rather than just an overarching group name.