Posts Tagged ‘application development’

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How to Set Your Theme in Microsoft’s Power Apps

You’re ready to dive deep into Microsoft’s Power Apps, but maybe wondering the easiest way to use color schemes throughout your app. You can make your code into more readable and maintainable in just a few easy steps. Themes help with consistency throughout your app and let you easily reference colors while designing. Not only […]

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Application Modernization: Reviving a Technical Coding Challenge

Our Custom Development Solutions group has been working to revive our Tech Challenge coding competition culture and ultimately decided why re-invent the wheel? A lot of our client work is focused around application modernization, so why don’t we modernize an old Tech Challenge application?   Background In 2008, Bryan Dougherty, now our General Manager, created […]

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Join Perficient, Red Hat, and Microsoft for an ARO Workshop in Chicago

Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) provides enterprises with a number of benefits, including the ability to iterate, deliver features, and reach your market faster than ever before. ARO is a fully managed Red Hat OpenShift service on Azure – jointly engineered, operated, and supported by Microsoft. Built upon a Kubernetes foundation and fully integrated into […]

Data Ethics – The Profound Impacts of New Technology

Data ethics and security have been around a long time – as long as data. Constantly evolving. But, continued tech advancement has made a profound impact. So, data security and data ethics is more important than ever. 1. Magnified Relevance Tech has enabled an exponential increase of data. We know this. The more data, the […]

Reducing App Development Build Time by 75% with Cloud

The following is the fifth blog in a series about why businesses are moving to the cloud to modernize and improve business performance. Thus far in this series, we’ve examined the state of cloud and how cloud enables innovation, including with a case study in cloud automation, with speed and agility. In this blog, we’ll […]

Red Hat Announces Significant Advances with RHEL 8 Release

Today during Red Hat Summit, Red Hat announced the launch of RHEL 8, Red Hat’s newest Enterprise Linux edition. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an intelligent operating system built for enterprise hybrid cloud. Version 8 is the most recent update – and the first in five years. What’s New in RHEL 8 Red Hat Insights […]

ChefConf 2019 – Are you ready for it?

ChefConf 2019 kicks off in Chef’s (and my) hometown of Seattle in less than two weeks on May 20th.  If you’re interested in going and haven’t already registered, check out more information here and use code Hugs4Chef19 for 10% off your registration. Things I hope to hear at ChefConf This year promises to be a […]

Chef Habitat – The Key to Self-Driving Applications

One of the newest and most compelling technologies from Chef Software is a project known as Habitat. Much of the early messaging and use cases around Habitat have left some with the impression that it’s simply another way to build application containers. Habitat is in fact much more and could be quite disruptive in terms of how […]

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Looking at 2019 Software Trends with Pivotal

2019 is here, and with a new year comes new trends and technologies. In the digital age, the amount of information available is endless, and learning about what’s to come can be overwhelming. Over at our partner, Pivotal, they are bringing together experts, customers, and leading technologists to forecast transformative trends for 2019. Be sure […]

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Using TypeScript with the Twilio Flex Agent UI Sample

When we first started working with the Flex samples provided by Twilio, the source code was provided in TypeScript. This provided a dev-time programming environment that I tend to prefer, even though I am far from a TypeScript expert. As Flex and the quick-start samples moved toward general availability, Twilio made the choice to switch […]

Deploying Application Request Routing (ARR) on Multiple Platforms

In Hosting Services, we get custom requirements depending on project needs. I will share one such requirement that was unique in nature, considering the customer’s available infrastructure and the phase the project was in when the change request was raised. The Challenge On one of our website redesign projects – almost in the middle of […]

Become an Award-Winning Salesforce Solution Architect

Decades of Movie Making Tradition I stumbled into a career as a Solution Architect while working for Walt Disney Pictures & Television as an Assistant to the Executive Vice President of production. Part of my daily routine was to man five fax machines early in the morning receiving call sheets and production reports from movies […]

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