Do you know why it’s crucial to catch your broken functionality before sending it to production?
QA resources waste time through long, protracted test efforts that try to hammer all of their bug testing through the UI at the end of (or after) development. One of the main problems with this approach is that it becomes tough to isolate […] Read more
In our last blog, we dug deep into all things Docker and learned how to scaffold our app. In this installment, we’ll break down what you need to know about Postgres and build out our API code.
Add Postgres To .NET Core
So far, we’ve written some basic startup scripts for our Gadget Depot project. You can get the final […] Read more
Dockerize your next ASP.NET Core, Postgres and Angular app to easily get up and running.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Docker to set up a fresh .NET Core project connected to a PostgreSQL database. As we’ll find, Docker will take care of all the heavy lifting when it comes to installing these packages and coordinating their […] Read more
How does IntelliTect view success?
During a recent employee meeting, our CEO, Mark Michaelis explained how he sees success and that it isn’t some mythical destination. So often, great developers seem impossible to find and are referred to as unicorns because, even in fairytales, there are scarcely any of them. And while it’s important to strive for excellence, focusing on […] Read more
Eastern Washington University has Three New Adjunct Professors
For the past two quarters, three of our IntelliTect team members, Mark Michaelis (CEO), Kevin Bost (senior software engineer) and Michael Stokesbary (senior software architect and trainer), have been teaching the programming language C# (pronounced “C Sharp”) to tomorrow’s engineers in the computer science program at Eastern.
“At least in Spokane, the majority […] Read more
Ghana children’s home achieves self-sufficiency through ongoing support
The fight for global justice isn’t just about giving a handout; it’s about providing a hand up that lifts individuals and whole communities out of their poverty situations. At IntelliTect, we want to do more for communities than give those in need a meal; we want to provide the tools they need […] Read more
Why We Do What We Do
IntelliTect’s commitment to finding innovative solutions to the world’s most difficult problems extend beyond software development into social justice and anti-poverty work. Last year, IntelliTect provided financial support to several non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working toward ending slavery (click here to learn more), giving legal protection to women suffering extreme gender violence (click here for […] Read more
Whether you’ve worked with them for years or have never met our featured employee, this column will continue to introduce you to the many faces of IntelliTect. For this issue, we featured a risk taker with a dry sense of humor: Kyle Amonson.
Kyle is one of IntelliTect’s newer team members, but he’s already had his hand in several projects. […] Read more
Why A Beautiful User Experience (UX) Shouldn’t Be Our Primary Focus
I’m passionate about creating functional designs, and I love what I do. More and more I believe that the methodology of sticking to initial design comps exactly is fatally flawed. Executing a smooth plan and receiving positive internal feedback is excellent, but ultimately, if a design doesn’t improve […] Read more
Attain Hassle-Free Acceptance of Your Google Play Application with PhoneGap.
I’ve been working on a mobile task management application that is currently in Open Beta on Android, and as December was waning, I knew I needed to add a few months to the beta expiration date that was currently set to expire on December 31, 2018. After extending […] Read more