Month: March 2016
Dealing with SQL Performance (for .Net developers)

Introduction I use Entity Framework… what do I care about SQL Performance? It seems all too often that the answer to dealing with SQL is now to use an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool to avoid SQL like the plague when talking to .Net developers.  Some of the reasons for this are that SQL contains black […]

JBS Custom Software Solutions Adds Greystone & Company, Inc. to Client List

PHILADELPHIA, PA – President and CEO John Becker announced today the addition of Greystone & Company Inc. to the company’s list of blue-chip clients. JBS will partner with Greystone to develop custom solutions software systems that automate the manually laborious underwriting process for commercial loans. “We are very excited here at JBS to add Greystone […]

JBS Earns Microsoft Gold Application Development Competency

PHILADELPHIA, PA – CTO Mark Edinger announced today that JBS has earned the Microsoft Gold Application Development Competency. “Having been Microsoft Certified partner for so many years, it’s nice to finally earn the certifications needed to move to Gold,” said Mark Edinger. “We know how important it is for our customers and partners to be […]

JBS Custom Software Solutions Adds Press Ganey to Client List

PHILADELPHIA, PA – President and CEO John Becker announced today the addition of Press Ganey Holdings to the company’s list of blue-chip clients. JBS will help manage the public facing CMS for Press Ganey, primarily on the design, configuration, management and extensibility for their SiteFinity CMS Platform. “We are thrilled about our new business partnership […]

Escape from C# / Into the Swift Trenches – Part 1

Introduction In my previous post I introduced the Swift language from the perspective of a C# developer, demonstrating some of the more obvious differences between the two languages. In this series, I will be digging much deeper into the language itself. I will be covering just some of the of the differences (and similarities) between […]