• Article: Engineering

    Continuous integration, delivery and deployment in .NET projects

    Our recent post is a glance back at Devbridge's “Continuous Integration in .NET Projects” post from 2013. It looks at optimizing your development process from today's perspective. We identify some red flags to be on the lookout for, suggest best practices and offer tools and insights into our development process.

    Paulius Maciulis
  • Article: Engineering

    Under-the-Radar Azure Cloud Features

    There are a lot of new service announcements for the Azure Cloud each month and it should be not surprising that some of them may go unnoticed. In this article, I will provide an overview of the Azure Cloud services you may not have heard about.

    Paulius Maciulis
  • Article: Engineering

    A Dev Roundup: Useful Links and Resources

    Hey Developers! This article is a new initative to share dev news and knowledge within the company. Plus, at the same time, it would be a crime to not share this with you all.

    Paulius Maciulis
  • Article: Engineering

    Cloud Solutions for .NET projects

    These days, cloud computing and cloud hosting are very popular topics and a lot of solutions already are cloud based. However, we still need to deal with some unanswered questions: what cloud provider to choose, what services we need to order, and how much it will cost. Today, we are going to explore the answers to all of these questions.

    Paulius Maciulis
  • Article: Engineering

    Continuous Integration in .NET Projects

    Today's blog post is about optimizing your development process. We will identify some red flags that you should be on the lookout for, suggest best practices, and offer insights into our development process and the related benefits.

    Paulius Maciulis
  • Article: Engineering

    Say Hello to TypeScript

    TypeScript is a free and open source programming language that was developed by Microsoft. It is a superset of JavaScript, and essentially adds optional static typing and class-based object oriented programming to the language.

    Paulius Maciulis
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