Casey Schadewitz

,
May 17, 2017 / No Comment

Software engineer with extensive experience in PowerShell related to installers, deployment, and validation. Casey is experienced in object-oriented programming, developing and administering systems and networks. He is proficient with debugging and testing systems against project requirements. Casey is experienced with Agile and Scrum methodologies.
Casey earned his Eagle Scout through Boy Scouts of America, marking him as one of only […]
Read more

Andrew Scott

,
February 23, 2017 / No Comment

Andrew Scott is wicked smart and recently graduated Computer Science at Eastern Washington University.  Even prior to him graduating he came to us with a portfolio of accomplishments. His professional experience can be counted in months, but he has been programming since he was a sophomore in high school. First as a hobby, developing interface modifications for World of Warcraft […]
Read more

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Employees, Uncategorized

ASP.NET/C# Web Developer

,
February 7, 2017 / No Comment

IntelliTect Corporation is a high-end software architecture and development consulting firm based in Spokane, Washington. We hire the best and brightest engineers and focuses on providing architecture consulting, software development, and training to enable their customers to solve the most challenging of problems. We use best practice agile application life-cycle management to deliver high quality software solutions on time, on […]
Read more

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Uncategorized

Immediate Need for SDET (QA Engineer/C#)

,
November 1, 2016 / 2 Comments

Immediate Opening!! IntelliTect is a growing computer engineering consulting firm seeking an experienced Quality Assurance Engineer.  If you live and breathe development innovation, interactive applications and learning new technologies for fun, check out the opportunity currently at IntelliTect.
 
We are looking for individuals with test automation experience who can help us accelerate delivery and improve the quality of enterprise […]
Read more

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: C#, Headlines, Uncategorized

Displaying the Build Date on your Web Pages

,
August 26, 2016 / No Comment

The Build Date Problem
I have struggled to find a good way to communicate with users the version of a web site. Version numbers are tricky and only meaningful to people close to the project. I like dates but they are often tricky to implement.
My default choice has always been dates because they are easy for customers to understand. […]
Read more

Using PowerShell’s Invoke-RestMethod to Access VSTS OData

,
August 23, 2016 / No Comment

Given that Microsoft has abandoned their TFS CmdLets, one alternative is to access VSTS data is through the OData interface using the Invoke-RestMethod.
Before you begin you need to setup Alternate authentication credentials by navigating to https://<yourtenant>.visualstudio.com/_details/security/altcreds.  Once these are established, you will likely want to save them to a local PowerShell variable so that they can be reused for each […]
Read more

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Blog, PowerShell, TFS, Uncategorized

Essential .NET – Logging with .NET Core

,
April 7, 2016 / 2 Comments

In the February issue, I delved into the new configuration API included in the newly named .NET Core 1.0 platform (see bit.ly/1OoqmkJ). (I assume most readers have heard about the recently renamed .NET Core 1.0, which was formerly referred to as .NET Core 5 and part of the ASP.NET 5 platform [see bit.ly/1Ooq7WI].) In that article I used unit testing […]
Read more

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, .NET Core, Uncategorized

Xamarin Forms EnumBindablePicker

,
April 5, 2016 / 2 Comments

One of the controls missing from Xamarin Forms is a “BindablePicker” that allows you to dynamically bind an ItemsSource and SelectedItem from your view model. Fortunately, the Xamarin forums provide a solution to this problem found here:
https://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/30801/xamarin-forms-bindable-picker
The original implementation of this BindablePicker worked great as long as you had a list of strings as your ItemSource. But what […]
Read more