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User Experience: Where It Begins and Ends

I’m sure it doesn’t come as a surprise when I say that User Experience is an absolute must-have in the development lifecycle of a product. One of the…

Interesting Overview on the UX/UI Evolution of MS Office

Sharepoint 2013 and the Disappering Breadcrumb

I found this great, detailed article on all the possible solutions to bring back the Sharepoint 2010 breadcrumbs to Sharepoint 2013. Enjoy!

HowTo fix: failed rule “Restart computer” when installing MSSQL Server 2014 in Parallels Windows 10

I finally decided to install Parallels in my MacBook Pro. I’ve started working on various .Net + MSSQL projects again so it only made sense to have these…

Technology and The Power of Data

I stumbled across this great 46-minute presentation by Aral Balkan. Prepare to listen to this piercing message to the traditional OTT and Cloud industries. Aral Balkan Keynote —…

Networking with female engineers!

After a very busy day at work today, I received an email from a friend letting me know I had been featured in MLive today for my participation…

Reverting Copy to a Previous Git Commit

Just like almost every morning, today I got up and got setup to continue working on a client’s website only to find that after doing my first $git…

HowTo: Pull Specific Commit from Bitbucket with Git

The advantages of coding using a subversion repository is that you can always go back to an old commit. This comes in handy specially when you need to…

Sketching ideas

Troy Church recently published a very inspiring article on sketching entitled “Why I Sketch Every Day”. In a nutshell, sketching helps me see, think, and communicate more clearly….

Workaround: Adobe Edge Inspect CC/Chrome Extension Issue

I recently started using Adobe Edge Inspect for my cross platform website testing. Adobe Edge Inspect is a very simple, and easy to install plugin. I would recommend…

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