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Quick Look – Angular Data Binding

Quick Look – Angular Data Binding

In my previous post, we took a quick look at Angular's routing. In this post, we are taking a quick look at Angular's data binding. One thing that’s pretty lame about our previous example is all the data is just backed into the page. With this blog post, we are going...

DPL Reading List – October 19, 2018

DPL Reading List – October 19, 2018

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. Paul G. Allen, Microsoft’s Co-Founder, Is Dead at 65 – “Mr. Allen was a force at Microsoft during its first seven years, along with its co-founder, Bill Gates, as the personal computer was moving...

Quick Look – Angular Routing

Quick Look – Angular Routing

One of the great things about Angular is that it provides everything pretty much out of the box. You don't have to string together a bunch of tools, you can just focus on solving problems. In this blog post, we are going to focus on the Angular Router. Since Angular...

DPL Reading List – October 12, 2018

DPL Reading List – October 12, 2018

Here are some of the articles we found this week. Don’t Ignore Apple’s Machine-Learning Chops – “The neural engine in the A12 Bionic now has a dedicated block in the SoC, has jumped from two to eight cores, and is now capable of 5 trillion operations per second. But...

Top 10 Quotes to Use in Meetings

Top 10 Quotes to Use in Meetings

#10 - “You’ll thank me later.” You can never go wrong quoting Monk.   #9 – “Plans are worthless, planning is essential.” This famous quote from Dwight Eisenhower is often useful when discussing plans. It gets to the heart that of planning, that the plan isn’t the...

DPL Reading List – October 5, 2018

DPL Reading List – October 5, 2018

Here are some of the articles we found this week. The Facebook Security Meltdown Exposes Way More Sites Than Facebook – “Beyond the impact on Facebook accounts themselves, the company confirmed that breach impacted Facebook's implementation of Single Sign-On, the...

Incognito

Incognito

“Software is hard.” - Donald Knuth Shipping software is hard. Supporting software can be even harder if you don't set yourself up for success. If you have customers, you can't just push the Ship It button and run away. Why is supporting software so difficult? One of...

DPL Reading List – September 28, 2018

DPL Reading List – September 28, 2018

Here are some of the articles we found this week. Carnegie Mellon is Saving Old Software from Oblivion – “While perusing such vintage source code might delight hard-core programmers, most people aren’t interested in such things. What they want to do is use the...

Question Mark

Question Mark

Questions are an essential part of any development process. Developing software is a continual process. We are always writing the next piece of software. New tasks are kind of like the mail for mailmen, the mail just keeps coming. The tasks just keep coming. It is...