Availability of the applications is important in our Technical Support department. We need the applications to perform tasks that we need to do our job. RemoteApp is the Windows 2012 … Continue reading How DiscountASP.NET Uses Cloud Computing in Technical Support: RemoteApp
Earlier in February I attended Oversee.net’s 8th annual 2013 WebFest Global conference (formerly DomainFest). I’ve been going to this conference every year since it started and over the past couple … Continue reading WebFest Global 2013: Mobile, Kardashian, and the Domain Industry Comes Full Circle
The Web Tools 2012.2 update has been released. You can download it here. This update is related to the tooling only i.e. Visual Studio and has no impact on the ASP.NET runtime. In … Continue reading Web Tools 2012.2 – Update Your Visual Studio – Listen to the Two Scotts
I’m happy to announce that we’ve partnered with SiteLock to help protect our customer’s web sites from hackers and other nefarious attackers. SiteLock delivers a comprehensive web site security service … Continue reading Introducing SiteLock Web Site Security – Protect Yourself!
Last week we covered doing time lapse photography with jQuery-WebCam. This time I want to highlight some stuff that’s built into HTML 5. HTML 5 gives you built in access to devices. There … Continue reading HTML 5 WebCam Love
Since we launched Team Foundation Server 2012, I’ve been seeing a lot of questions regarding Eclipse and the Team Foundation Server plug-in that range from general configuration to licensing and … Continue reading Configuring Eclipse to Connect to DiscountASP.NET Team Foundation Server 2012
I’m proud to announce that we have successfully renewed our Microsoft Partner Gold Hosting Competency for 2013 by continuing to satisfy the new and more rigorous Microsoft Partner Network requirements. … Continue reading DiscountASP.NET Renews Microsoft Gold Hosting Competency Status
Let me start off by saying we wont be using this to create a Tom Lowe masterpiece. Nonetheless, TimeLapse photography is pretty cool. For those not familiar with timelapse, video … Continue reading jQuery + WebCam = Time Lapse