DNN provides methods for encrypting and decrypting parameter information, however, there are a few gotchas that can impact the usability of this feature.Read Full Article
To truly succeed in developing software that performs well organizations have to shift priorities, and efforts to treat performance as a feature.Read Full Article
With such a demand for developers, we can be often overwhelmed by contacts from Recruiters. In this post, I discuss a few tips regarding the management of the relationship with recruiters.Read Full Article
Over time DNN applications can see bloat in the web configuration file from modules that were installed and removed, or from upgrade issues. Ensuring that your configuration file is clean can help with upgrades, performance, and other support activities.Read Full Article
I love sharing stories of great experiences with third-party vendors, as it doesn't happen as often as I would like. When a recent performance issue was identified in DNN using 51 Degrees software, they jumped in and helped greatly.Read Full Article
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