Todays date: Thursday, June 30th 2016
Previously, I extolled the virtues of using Jenkins as both a continuous integration platform and a deployment tool. This time I outline some of the flexibility within the system to support new tools.
Rsync is an […]
It’s that time again, another school year is coming to a close, summer is almost here, and students across the country will soon begin their coveted summer internships. For the intern, these internships can be […]
Here at BridgePoint, we have used Jenkins (https://jenkins.io/index.html) with great success both as a tool for continuous integration and for application deployments. […]
No More On Premise Servers
The biggest reason to switch to Office 365 is to reduce or eliminate your on premise servers. Office 365 email runs on the same Exchange platform your company may be using […]
The free market is a wonderful thing. Demand for a product will prompt producers to create such products. The obvious logic of making a profit from a product in demand, will drive even more producers […]
In any recruiting position you're going to run across warning signs from candidates, but how do you know when they're really going to be issues down the road or if they're just minor bumps in the pavement? That's the life of an IT Recruiter
BridgePoint Technologies generated a lot of interest at the February 4, 2015 DeVry University Addison Campus Career Fair.
Our recent SharePointFest challenged users to take an interesting photo including BridgePoint branded gum packages. And the Winner IS...
It is very easy for a developer to use classes generated by their ORM of choice (such as Entity Framework) as data models in an ASP MVC application. The reasons for doing so are straightforward. If we didn't reuse the classes, we would have to remake them. Creating a second class with essentially properties of the first class seems to defeat the purpose of code re-use. As developers we're trained to the point of rote to not like such patterns. They create extra work and inefficiency.