In the technology services industry, we love to talk about all the business benefits of moving to the cloud. Though, in the bygones, the conversation was merely about consolidation and costs. With IT budgets still a driving force; today, the talks have been shifted to the practical benefits that cloud computing can bring: affordability, flexibility,… Continue reading Powering your Business with Microsoft Azure

Client-side rendering (JS Link) You can use it to style complete List Views, Fields, Search Results and more. This makes it a lot simpler and more intuitive, especially for web developers who haven’t used SharePoint before.JSLink files have the ability to quickly and easily change how the list views and forms are rendered.More specifically how… Continue reading SharePoint 2013 Client-side rendering

Microsoft has announced the general availability of SharePoint Server 2016, which provides SharePoint customers a foundation for modern, intelligent intranets and content collaboration. SharePoint Server 2016 delivers foundational improvements that enhance the quality of your on-premises SharePoint solutions and enable users to take advantage of innovations that the company introduces to Office 365 and SharePoint Server moving… Continue reading SharePoint Server 2016 Features

While working with Emails, we might have a situation where we might have to show the email content differently for outlook and other clients. For example, show some text in outlook and on the other hand show some other content with buttons in another client instead of the text. This can be accomplished by using… Continue reading MSO Conditional Statement for Outlook Client

In many applications, there might be a situation where it is required to map different types of objects. Many a times applications don’t expose the actual database entity to the world. It always prefers to give the Data Transfer Object (DTO) rather than the actual object. Also while writing some business logic there may be… Continue reading How to Assign Values from One Object to Another Dynamically in C#

SDLC, Software Development Life Cycle is a process followed for a software project, within a software organization. It consists of a detailed plan describing how to develop, maintain, replace and alter or enhance specific software. The life cycle defines a methodology for improving the quality of software and the overall development process. The development models… Continue reading SDLC Models and Comparison between Waterfall Vs Agile Models

In my previous blog, I provided an overview on Microsoft Azure and some of its unique capabilities. In this post, I will be talking about the execution models of Azure and on what basis the decision between either of them need to be made. Software as a Service Software as a Service (SaaS) is a software… Continue reading Microsoft Azure – SaaS, PaaS or IaaS

When working in a local development environment it becomes tricky maintaining database connection strings. Every developer in the team usually has his or her own SQL instance and hence the connection strings are different. It becomes tedious and error-prone especially when configuration files are checked in with local connection strings by mistake. To resolve this… Continue reading How to configure an alias for SQL Server Instance

It goes without saying that every part of an enterprise relies on technology. With more and more technology providers coming to the fore, it is not uncommon to find a variety of technology platforms across the units of an enterprise. To keep the pieces of the enterprise moving together there is often a need for… Continue reading Integrating ServiceNow with SharePoint 2013

When we say “Conflict”, the first word comes to our mind is Fight, Avoid, Anger, Lose, Pain, Control, War, Hate, Impasse, Loss, Destruction, Bad, Fear, Wrong doing, Mistake etc., As you can see, conflicts is almost universally perceived as a negative occurrence. As I shared in my last blog post that a conflict is a… Continue reading Conflict Management Techniques: Pros and Cons of It