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Connecting Custom Applications to the Factory Floor

DMC has expertise in both industrial and PC-based software development. In other words, we do a great deal of projects involving PLCs; but we also write plenty of complex PC-based apps. But my personal favorites are projects that combine the two. ...


Lunch for Business: A Better Way to Lunch

DMC had a lunch problem. When noon rolled around, someone would inevitably decide they wanted to go to Chipotle. They’d get up from their desk and circle around the office, asking everyone they saw if they wanted to jump on the Chipotle train. ...


Visual Studio 2015 Debugging Tips

We had a great summer here at DMC's Chicago office. We got to watch the Air and Water Show at Belmont Harbor, go to the Circus, drink on a boat, and play some beach volleyball. However, for a .NET developer like me the real highlight of the summe...


Automating Web Development - Tools

I’ve been working on a new DNN skin for a while now and much progress is being made. Along the way, I’ve learned about tools that can help speed up website development drastically. In this blog post, I’ll give an overview of these t...


RESTful Logins

If you are constructing a web application, you will probably have to create a login page that generates a user session. If you are not aware, RESTful (representational state transfer) URLs are considered best practice for internet applications. As a ...


How to Prepare for Life After Windows Server 2003 R2

As a Microsoft Gold Partner, I frequently attend partner events, both online and in-person. One thing I can guarantee prior to attending, is that at some point Windows Server 2003 going End of Life will be discussed. While it is old news to me and ma...


HOW TO: Install WordPress on an IIS Server

For FedEx Day I set up WordPress on an IIS (Internet Information Services) server to test the capabilities compared to Dot Net Nuke (DNN), extensibility through plugins and the difficulty of writing my own, and the SEO-oriented design that it offers....


DMC Highlight Cam Project

For Fed Ex Day 2014 Devon, Otto, and I worked on the DMC Highlight Cam Project. The end goal of the DMC Highlight Cam project is three-fold: Have a camera mounted so that it can continually record all activity at the ping pong table (or any ...


Abstracting an ORM to Use Multiple Backends

Object-relational mappings (ORMs) took the world by storm in the mid-aughts. Obviously there are many advantages to ORMs given their success, but there are some drawbacks. I'll explain one particular hurdle that I ran into as well as the steps I ...


Testing SharePoint 2010 Email Receivers - Part One

If you have ever worked with SharePoint development, you may have run into a situation where it becomes necessary to test the functionality of a custom email receiver event handler on a document library. This blog will not go into detail on how to cr...


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