Here's a cool idea: take your old desktop ERP system and migrate it to the web.Read More
It doesn't take a lot of looking to find companies who claim to modernize your legacy applications by moving them to the cloud.Read More
Topics: application modernization
2017 was a great year for malware, security breaches, billion dollar company valuations and cryptocurrencies, amirite? Over here at Mobilize, we had a great year of modernizing a lot of code, meeting with lots of developers and writing about all of it. ICYMI, we've pulled together a round-up of our favorite blog posts from 2017. Here goes...
Topics: application modernization, Windows security, Web Application Development, code transformation, modernization ROI, Mobile security, ransomware, Web Development, DevOps, PreEmptive Solutions, #gdpr, Dotfuscator, application modernization, WebMAP, Syncfusion, developer productivity
(With apologies to the Muppets--I mean Charles Dickens).
DevOps is a pretty hot topic today, and if you feel like maybe everyone but you is doing it and you're not even sure what "it" is, this is your blog.Read More
A couple of weeks ago at the Microsoft Visual Studio Partners annual shindig and crabfeed (actually there was no crab), it was nice to run into Marissa Keller Outten from Syncfusion.Read More
Assuming you didn't just arrive from Mars, you will have heard about the recent data breach at credit-monitoring company Equifax that affects 143,000,000 people, mostly Americans, which by my back-of-the-envelope calculation is basically everyone. And by everyone I mean every adult resident of the USofA who has ever had a job, had a credit card, bank account, electric bill, apartment, car loan, boat loan, or mortgage.Read More
Being an introduction into how WebMAP implements ASP.NET MVC in generated code.Read More
VB6: will it ever go away?
Maybe not--the current (June 2017) TIOBE index shows Visual Basic (not VB.NET) at #16 (down from 11th a year ago). Maybe that sounds irrelevant, but consider what it's still ahead of: FORTRAN, MATLAB, and Objective-C.Read More
Friday May 12 saw the worst cyber attack in years, as a worm (WannaCry, Wanna, or Wcry) spread through computer networks encrypting files and demanding a ransom of anywhere from $300 to $600.Read More