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Cloud Adoption Survey

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Are you thinking about the cloud yet? Redgate is conducting some research into cloud adoption to better understand both the drivers and the blockers. Whether or not you’ve taken the plunge yet, they would love to hear from you. Participate in the survey and be entered into a draw to win an Amazon gift card worth $100.

Where the white spaces are in my code ?– Automatically indicates white spaces in Visual Studio

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This question triggered from the previous post Delete horizontal white spaces from your code in Visual Studio .   There we highlighted all the additional spaces by selecting them through mouse manually. In case you are wondering is there any other way to indicate the whitespaces rather doing manually. The answer is Yes. Navigate to Edit [...]

Mapping your Windows Special Folders to OneDrive for Business – Ultimate Backup

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Do you want to save a file it should be instantly replicated to all your PC's, and the cloud. What about file history and an infinite recycle bin! That will survive a nuclear strike, or a cup of coffee! The post Mapping your Windows Special Folders to OneDrive for Business – Ultimate Backup appeared first on naked Agility - Expert in DevOps & Agility with Visual Studio, TFS, & Scrum.

“Project Oxford”–Speaker Verification from a Windows 10/UWP App

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Following up on my previous post, I said that I’d return to ‘Project Oxford’ and its capability to do speaker verification and identification. You can read the documentation on this here and you can try it out on the web; Verification Identification and I learned late in this process that while there does not seem … Continue reading “Project Oxford”–Speaker Verification from a Windows 10/UWP App →

A Lazy Isomorphic React Experiment

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If you’ve used React and Flux, you’ll know how powerful this combination is when building single page applications. But how practical is it when building truly large scale applications with multiple sections? An issue with client-rendered single page applications is the long initial loading times, which is particularly noticeable in a multi-page applications, where there is a lot of content to load. Another issue is with search engine optimisation, as web crawlers have issues getting information from these applications. I will be discussing both of these in more detail later. I thought it would be interesting to attempt to build a single page application which behaves like a multi-page
application, in a way that would make scaling it a breeze. I wanted to avoid the ‘load everything at launch’ approach of many single page applications and integrate lazy loading into the app, which allows the client to load the components, styles for those components, and relevant Redux reducers (or stores in flux) on demand, as the user traverses around the site, massively reducing the initial load time of the application. Technologies to include I wanted to see how well an isomorphic React framework plays with other technologies, meaning how easy it is to incorporate other technologies into the application. I think this is an important gauge of how...(Read whole news on source site)