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The History of BI Dashboards

Technology is always evolving, and so is the way we use it to collect and analyze data. From humble spreadsheet beginnings to fully automated business monitoring and AI-powered analysis, the range of analytics tools on offer today is astounding to consider. The business intelligence dashboard is one such option. It has existed for decades as a tool for organizations to monitor and analyze operational data - and it's not quite dead yet.

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7 Features to Know before Jumping Back into .NET

Software development gets complex if you want your applications to target multiple operating systems, including but not limited to Windows, Linux, macOS, Android, iOS, HoloLens, desktop apps, and web apps. Enter the robust and feature-rich.NET platform to write applications rapidly for use across multiple systems. It also contains many libraries that allow developers to reuse common functionalities. It isn’t itself a language, though many describe it that way.

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How to monitor the health of Ably-dependent code

How often do you face an issue with a service that doesn't work and you don’t know why? How often is it related to some external services, dependencies like a database, or queue mechanism you are using? Of course, you could check each service from time to time, and you could run some smoke tests against the service, but it will not give you an answer if “service is not working because the connection to MSSQL failed.”

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.NET Core vs .NET Framework: How to Pick a .NET Runtime for an Application

A while back we predicted that.NET Core would be the next big thing, offering developers many options in application development. Indeed, there is huge demand for developers skilled in this technology. But how does it differ from the.NET Framework, and what do you need to know to use them both effectively? Today, we’ll contrast.NET Core vs.

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Who will Dominate in the future: .Net or Java?

With the ongoing release of new technologies in the IT market, your choices for programming languages is also changing. This makes the task of choosing one among all the languages a tough job. Java and.Net are two renowned languages that have been involved in a locked horn competition for years. Since both languages offer unique benefits, opting for one is itself a brainstorming tussle.