ILDasm with .Net Core

March 20, 2018 / No Comment

Need to Convert CIL Code into Text? Try ILDasm!
The C# compiler converts C# code to common intermediate language (CIL) code and not to machine code. The processor can directly understand machine code, but CIL code needs to be converted before the processor can execute it.
Consider using the Intermediate Language Disassembler (ILDasm) when you need to convert CIL […]
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Full-Time Business Intelligence (BI) Architect

January 16, 2018 / 4 Comments

Position Summary:
We are seeking a full-time Business Intelligence Architect to assist our software engineering and consulting team as we design and build applications that solve critical client business problems. This is a great opportunity to work in an environment that is stable, supportive and challenging!
Essential Functions:

Aptitude for gathering information/source data from multiple different internal data […]
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Convert UTC to Local Time with Daylight Savings Support in Power BI

December 19, 2017 / No Comment

Power BI provides exceptional business analytic services, and the Power BI component Power Query, provides a very powerful and dynamic tool for loading that transform data into Power BI’s data model. However, one shortcoming Power Query has is a good way to convert a Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to a local time of your choosing while preserving Daylight Savings Time […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Blog, Cloud, Data Analytics, Power BI

Deciding to Write a Wrapper

Mike Curn
October 10, 2017 / No Comment

Two things happened around the time I finished up writing a wrapper for Microsoft’s UITestControl class: I wondered if I should do the same thing for a web testing technology like Selenium, and I discovered that at least some discussions exist on if wrappers could be considered an antipattern. As I began to investigate writing a wrapper for Selenium, and […]
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Timers Prior to Async/Await Pattern of C# 5.0

October 9, 2017 / No Comment

There are multiple ways to use Task.Delay() when a timer is required.
For scenarios prior to .NET 4.5, several timer classes are available, including System.Windows.Forms.Timer, System.Timers.Timer, and System.Threading.Timer.
The development team designed System.Windows.Forms.Timer specifically for use within a rich client user interface. Programmers can drag it onto a form as a nonvisual control and regulate the behavior from within the […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Blog, C#, Toubleshooting

Getting started with Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern using Windows Presentation Framework (WPF)

September 19, 2017 / No Comment

The Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) is built to take full advantage of the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern. Though it is possible to create WPF applications without using the MVVM pattern, a little investment in learning can make building WPF applications much simpler.
If you are just getting started with WPF I would suggest taking a look at this getting started guide.
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Fix your Git Credential Nightmare in 4 Basic Steps

Grant Erickson
September 12, 2017 / No Comment

Struggling to get Git to connect to Here’s a possible solution.
Tip: A proxy/firewall can be one of the causes of this frustration.
A big shout out to Andrew Scott for working this with me.
1. Install the Git Credential Manager for Windows
Go to, or you can also get this from the Git Installer for Windows at […]
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IntelliTect is a Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform Partner

July 28, 2017 / No Comment

** UPDATE  ** IntelliTect has achieved GOLD status within the Microsoft DevOps Partner competency, joining an elite tier of Microsoft partners in the country to have achieved this status. We needed to provide several customer references to reach this status as well as achieve certain certification and sales requirements to confirm our service was of a high standard. This new […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Azure, Blog, Headlines

C# 7.0: Tuples Explained

July 27, 2017 / No Comment

Back in November, in the Connect() special issue of MSDN Magazine, I provided an overview of C# 7.0 in which I introduced tuples. Click here for the overview. In this blog I delve into tuples again, covering the full breadth of the syntax options.
To begin, let’s consider the question:
Why tuples?
On occasion, you’ll likely find it useful to […]
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Senior Microsoft Full Stack Web Dev

July 21, 2017 / No Comment

IntelliTect hires developers that have been coding as long as they can remember, live and breathe innovative custom code and hate to be bored.
We feel that a talented developer can write code for any platform, but if you have a special fondness for Angular running on a .NET back end, even better!  If you want to be considered, please […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: C#, Headlines, Uncategorized
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