Grant Erickson

Chief Technical Officer

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Results-driven chief technical officer with an extensive record of achievement. Uniquely skilled at designing and implementing large-scale multi-million-dollar software initiatives with a particular emphasis on high level governmental and utility software projects. A competent expert in initiating projects from scratch, gathering requirements, designing high-level architecture and building unifying and easy-to-use interfaces with the capability to integrate multiple complex engineering tool suites. This confident leader fosters employee growth and development in any business setting and possesses a proven ability to provide high-level technical architecture and vision for any complex software project in a secure environment.

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Previous team member: Phil Spokas Next team member: Kelly Adams
Grant's Blog Posts

Software Solutions Demystified: Buy or Build with Confidence

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December 10, 2018 / No Comment

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 […]
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A Simple Tic Tac Toe Game that Learns To Play

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September 4, 2018 / 1 Comment

Have you ever needed to complete a sample project during an interview process?
Some tech companies ask potential applicants to complete a tic tac toe game project to assess their coding abilities. The applicants are asked what they intend to create and how long they expect the project to take. As an interviewer, I wanted to assess how well […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Blog, Uncategorized

PowerShell Script Provides Simple Change History File

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August 29, 2018 / No Comment

External code audit? Need a list of TFS file changes during a specific time frame?
Consider using a PowerShell script.
While history in TFS can provide a list, it does it by changeset, not by file. To see it by file, only one file can be seen at a time. PowerShell script can get the change history of a […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Blog, PowerShell

ASP.NET Core Dynamic Routing with Constraints

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April 19, 2018 / No Comment

Need to do more complex routing with ASP.NET Core? Try Constraints.
Constraints are a solution for serving Angular apps from a hybrid MVC application.
We recently had a unique challenge of serving up an angular app from an MVC application. This app needed to serve other MVC pages along with the angular site. Additionally, the routes that would serve the […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, .NET Core, Blog, C#