Sweaty-palmed you shake the hand of the developer who is going to be grilling you today. You nervously make small talk and then sit down on…

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When I started my first startup GrowRecruit I went with the recommended setup. However, I soon found that what is recommended is actually…

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Whether your a plumber, roofer, carpenter or florist having a website is not a luxury but a necessity for your business. You might get by…

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As an entrepreneur, I am always trying to find cost-effective ways to promote my business. I am no marketing expert, at least not yet, so a…

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I am a big fan of .Net Core at the moment. Mostly because I can do development natively on my Mac and the fact I can run them in Docker…

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People think that Google is some mysterious organisation with a mythical algorithm that searches the web and gives you the answers you need…

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I remember when I created my first website back in 2001. A very simple site with a few flash games and links to useful pages. Getting a…

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I am going to start this post with a bit of a disclaimer. At heart, I am a .NET developer and not a SQL expert so if there is anything below…

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As a .NET developer I have spent most of my computing career with Microsoft at the helm. So here is my journey to this point and why I can’t…

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One of the things I love about ASP.Net, is that a lot of the hard work that is required for a creating a secure website has already been…

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I have read quite a lot of programming books over the years. A lot of them have been really useful in learning a new programming language…

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I am big fan of Vagrant. I first discovered Vagrant when I was looking for ways of creating a development environment that I could transfer…

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Recently I had to restore a number of virtual machine servers from a previous snapshot. Unfortunately, the domain controller snapshot was…

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Nowadays the web is powered by APIs. With applications being used on desktop and mobile, APIs are essential in allowing the code in backend…

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One of the most important aspects of being a software developer is the ability to learn new skills quickly. Our industry is moving so…

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So far I have used the PlayDrone data to find out what the most downloaded free games , paid games and paid apps are. There are many…

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In my last post I looked at the most popular paid games on Google Play. If you are not interested in making games but want to have a go at…

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In my last post I looked at some of the most downloaded freemium games of all time, which are all guaranteed to be making a lot of money. As…

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In my previous post a gave a few examples of apps that are making millions and billions a year. It comes as no surprise that to get to…

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Maybe like me you are thinking of dipping your toe into mobile development. You may have even started your journey on becoming the next app…

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Last week I showed you how you don’t want “bank grade” security in your SSL. I used the Qualys SSL Labs test to rate the bank’s SSL…

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I recently read Troy Hunt’s article ( Do you really want “bank grade” security in your SSL? ) regarding how shocking the SSL security is on…

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