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Martijn Kloosterman

Let’s get on board: how to make a one-button USB keyboard

Geschreven door Martijn Kloosterman - 02 april 2019

Writing code for websites is all good and well but sometimes you want to do something more, well, tactile. How about a nice ominous red button that you can push and make your PC launch your missiles, self-destruct your secret base, or distract the cat? Lees meer >>

Tags:   .NET
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Martijn Kloosterman

Let’s get on board: how to make a one-button USB keyboard

Martijn Kloosterman
02 april 2019


Erik Nell

Power(apps) to the people!

Geschreven door Erik Nell - 26 maart 2019

In mijn vorige blog heb ik een pleidooi gehouden voor de citizen developer, de power user die een belangrijke rol vervult in de digitale transformatie door problemen op de werkvloer aan te pakken met de -vaak beperkte- middelen die hij tot zijn beschikking heeft. Dit leidt soms tot uitzonderlijke resultaten, zoals laatst bleek tijdens een Microsoft-evenement over haar Power-platform. Lees meer >>

Tags:   Office 365
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Erik Nell

Power(apps) to the people!

Erik Nell
26 maart 2019


Eelco Labordus

The journey that is called Microsoft Azure Stack - Part 1

Geschreven door Eelco Labordus - 12 februari 2019

A couple of years ago, I was present at TechEd Europe 2014 for the launch of Windows Azure Pack. This version was built to give the same experience as the first version of Azure (now known as the classic portal). A big challenge was getting started with the Windows Azure Pack: you had to install the infrastructure layer (like Windows/SQL/SCVMM/SCSMA/SCSPF/WAP) before you could start deploying anything. Not only do you have to deploy these layers, you also need to update and maintain them. Lees meer >>

Tags:   Cloud
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Eelco Labordus

The journey that is called Microsoft Azure Stack - Part 1

Eelco Labordus
12 februari 2019


Martijn Kloosterman

RxJS: reactive is usually more fun than passive

Geschreven door Martijn Kloosterman - 29 januari 2019

Having started to toy around with Angular, you can’t help but take it apart to see what makes it tick. Exploring the GitHub repositories of the Angular project will make you feel like Indiana Jones entering a trap-laden tomb where there is sure to be some hidden treasure. Lees meer >>

Tags:   .NET
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Martijn Kloosterman

RxJS: reactive is usually more fun than passive

Martijn Kloosterman
29 januari 2019


Renzo Veldkamp

Angular App Architecture

Geschreven door Renzo Veldkamp - 18 januari 2019

The fantastic JavaScript framework Angular enables you to write comprehensive apps. Usually such an app starts out small and gets bigger over time. To make sure your app stays easy to extend, test and maintain, you need some sort of architecture. Allow me to guide you through the approach I would take when defining LinkedIn’s web app architecture using Angular.  Lees meer >>

Tags:   .NET
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Renzo Veldkamp

Angular App Architecture

Renzo Veldkamp
18 januari 2019


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