Author: Chris E.
In Defense of Unit Testing

An argument can be made that unit tests are not worth the time and energy that they cost to produce. Furthermore, after investing that time and cost there is no guarantee that writing unit tests will catch every issue. While these are all valid arguments, utilizing unit testing for your solution is an excellent way […]

Migrating to Azure

      Overview So, you’ve decided that you want to migrate to the Cloud.  Moving to a cloud service provider such as Azure is not something that should be taken lightly.  However, it’s reasonable to plan and execute while keeping downtime to a minimum.  The topics to be discussed in this article are going […]

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 […]