Using Azure Queues in EPiServer

EPiServer's DXC cloud based Azure platform as a service provides the availability and scalability necessary to auto scale enterprise level high transaction applications. DXC has bundled within it' set up an Azure Storage Account used for Blob Storage and a Service Bus used for managing events such as invalidation of cache between instances. Once your … Continue reading Using Azure Queues in EPiServer

Choosing betwen Umbraco and EPiServer CMS

EPiServer and Umbraco are excellent .Net CMS platforms. EPiServer is an enterprise level fully licensed product while Umbraco is an open source option driven by a passionate community of developers. If you are choosing between these two options, there are a number of factors that you should consider and I want to touch on these … Continue reading Choosing betwen Umbraco and EPiServer CMS

Picking the correct Agile Process

In software development, there are two popular and much-debated categories of process workflow in software development: Waterfall and Agile. Agile software development requires thorough planning with rigid requirements at development time. Agile software development is executed in short iterations where planning is done in its entirety up front in Waterfall. Even on a Waterfall project … Continue reading Picking the correct Agile Process

8 Web Security Standards for every .Net MVC web application

Security is a beast! As a bare minimum, we need to ensure our applications meet industry best practices when released into the wild. The vast majority of attacks seek to exploit common vulnerabilities so by implementing basic standards we can dramatically reduce risk. Reviewing the 8 practices below are a great start when assessing the security of your coding … Continue reading 8 Web Security Standards for every .Net MVC web application