The Legacy of Architecture
Brunelleschi, the famous architect and artist of the Renaissance, was an innovator who not only learned his trade, he improved upon it. He studied the grand architecture of the ancients of Rome and built upon that solid foundation of knowledge to create new and better design techniques, even inventing useful tools to make the building of […]
The Legacy of Architecture
Microsoft’s ASP.NET Core provides an open-source platform for efficiently building high-performance websites with cross-platform capabilities.
Mark Michaelis, CEO of IntelliTect, has traveled throughout the US teaching developers how to take their existing code and upgrade it to the ASP.NET Core framework because it is a very light, efficient platform that requires users to install only what they need to […]
Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to make the important ‘buy or build’ decision many times. In retrospect, some commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products have worked out wonderfully. Others have been less than stellar. I use the following matrix to help make my decision.
Here are some key points to consider for your decision.
1 – Make sure you […]
An Analytical Thinker Who Crafts Innovative Solutions
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 bright innovator who caught the coding bug as a sophomore in high school: Andrew Scott.
“Maybe the solution is […]
Microsoft will simplify Web API authentication in a soon-to-be-released update!
This week’s release of ASP.NET 2.2 gave us some performance enhancements, ability to do health checks on the application and code analyzers to help you improve your web API discoverability. Expect an out of band release that creates a dependency on IdentityServer in the near future.
Microsoft will be […]
An Engineer with a Fanatical Devotion to Quality
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 skilled engineer who enjoys coding in the deep-end: Kelly Adams.
The world of computer engineering took Kelly Adams by […]
How do you pick the best development team?
Developers use languages and technologies that most of the general population have never heard of. What should a company look for when searching for the perfect team to help create their next project?
IntelliTect has been called a Microsoft Consulting shop, and although we believe Microsoft has a great technology set that […]
Need a FastTrack to get Your Team Up-to-Speed on Microsoft Products?
This past September, IntelliTect was selected by Microsoft to participate in the “DevOps FastTrack Airlift 2017” given by the Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) team. We received updates on the VSTS products as well as details behind Microsoft’s own DevOps journey. Now, we conduct Migration and Lighthouse FastTrack […]
Our core values drive how we do business.
Tug of war is a game for the ages, dating back thousands of years, in various iterations. With the historical endurance of this deceptively simple game, it might be a perfect analogy for what it takes to be an innovator in the software world. Our team discovered this the […]
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 passionate manager who enjoys fostering an energetic work culture: Stephanie LaBrosse.
Work hard, play hard. That’s Stephanie LaBrosse’s motto. Manager, community volunteer, wife to her high school […]