Issue: 2016 Nov/Dec

  • Rod visits Japan, where an apprenticeship of 10 years might lead to being qualified for only the most basic of tasks. How committed are YOU to your craft, he asks?
  • Paul continues his deep dive into AngularJS. This time, he adds validation to the page so you can spot input errors.
  • Sahil continues his series on Angular 2 and this time, looks at that essential element, the form.
  • If you want to re-use some of the concepts John introduced in the last two issues, you’ll want to learn all about Dynamic Lambda Expressions work in .NET.
  • If you’ve been paying attention to programming trends, you’ll see that Swift, Apple’s new language, is gaining popularity at an impressive rate. You don’t have to toss out eve...
  • Microsoft seemed to have put XAML out to pasture for a while, but Billy shows us how it’s back, and why even Microsoft is touting its praises.
  • If you’re lucky enough to be involved in building a new enterprise system, you’ll want to check this out. Rachel takes a look at how the company where she works made some inte...
  • If you’re curious about Data Science or Python—and if you’re interested in the Internet of Things, you should be—you’ll find this introduction both important and exciting. Wei...
  • If your call to services times out after four minutes, you can have a problem if the process needed to retrieve the data or a fire-and-forget operation takes longer than that....
  • Ted takes a look at what it takes to make a team successful--is there a magic formula?