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Martijn Kloosterman

Do more with LESS

Geschreven door Martijn Kloosterman - 15 februari 2017

Everyone wants a pretty website, but no developer wants to be confronted with a pile of confusing, self-overwriting stylesheets. CSS has the tendency to balloon out of control if you don’t keep a tight leash on it, especially when working in teams. To steer clear of a situation where file-loading order has become paramount, or where you dread you’ll get lost in the forest of !importants, you should consider using CSS preprocessors. These handle all managerial tasks and return a simple, optimized file. Lees meer >>

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Martijn Kloosterman

Do more with LESS

Martijn Kloosterman
15 februari 2017


Renzo Veldkamp

Microsoft and open-source software: welcome!

Geschreven door Renzo Veldkamp - 19 januari 2017

Until recently, it was out of the question that Microsoft would cooperate with the Open-source community. Today, this situation has changed radically, and so it came as no surprise that the TechDays programme contained many sessions on open-source topics. What has changed? And will this relationship last? Lees meer >>

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Renzo Veldkamp

Microsoft and open-source software: welcome!

Renzo Veldkamp
19 januari 2017


Renzo Veldkamp

Microservices, a small step or a giant leap?

Geschreven door Renzo Veldkamp - 12 december 2016

The term ‘microservices’ is a real buzz word. Expectations of applications built using the microservices architecture are high - they are almost treated like the Holy Grail. Are microservices a small step, or a giant leap forward? Lees meer >>

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Renzo Veldkamp

Microservices, a small step or a giant leap?

Renzo Veldkamp
12 december 2016


Arnoud van Bokkem

How Entity Framework ruined our day (or did it?)

Geschreven door Arnoud van Bokkem - 05 oktober 2016

We were working on a project that used Entity Framework Code First. A new work item required us to add a few extra properties to an entity, which we wanted to tackle using table splitting. But after a day of frustration, we threw in the towel. Lees meer >>

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Arnoud van Bokkem

How Entity Framework ruined our day (or did it?)

Arnoud van Bokkem
05 oktober 2016


Renzo Veldkamp

Continuously deploy your Angular 2 app using Octopus

Geschreven door Renzo Veldkamp - 29 september 2016

At the end of the summer, I started on a very interesting Angular 2 project using microservice architecture. Continuous deployment is a must-have, as it makes it very easy to build, test and deploy small sets of functionality in the form of a microservice. I really enjoy working with Angular; recently version 2 became final.  Lees meer >>

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Renzo Veldkamp

Continuously deploy your Angular 2 app using Octopus

Renzo Veldkamp
29 september 2016


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