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  Microsoft Excel, and spreadsheets in general, are a versatile business tool. Spreadsheets allow data to be stored, organised and manipulated; and, as such, are used by almost every business on the... Read more »
With .NET Core 2.0 finally coming out of preview I felt like now was a good time to share one of my preview experiments with everyone. Custom Kestrel Transports! Before we begin, the source code for this... Read more »
Modern web applications now use huge amounts of Javascript. Javascript is often given a bad rep because of its lack of strong typing, namespaces and many other features that would help keep a large project... Read more »
If you’ve worked with a web team for long enough you’ll have heard the panic that ensues when a client’s website has gone down for seemingly no good reason. The client is on the phone... Read more »
This project is hosted on github and has a pre release NuGet package. To understand instantly what AsyncSections are all about, check out the comparison demo. What problem does AsyncSections solve? Some... Read more »
If you don’t have the time to read this fairly long post, the short answer is no.  Otherwise, here’s some detail on the Microsoft Partner Programme nobody else seems to have shared.... Read more »
Before we tell you about all the amazing things that are taking place here at Atlas let me first say that we’re hiring.  If you are a .Net ninja and SQL show off, get in touch. So we’ve been... Read more »
Windows 7 is finally with us, two and a half years after we were given Vista, Microsoft have unleashed their latest Windows Operating System. The kind people over at PC Mag have put together a series of... Read more »
Last month we blogged about the battle to drop IE6, now it seems Microsoft wants people to drop IE6 too even though their announcement to support IE6 until 2014 seems to contradict their statement. Microsoft’s... Read more »
A long awaited revolution has begun. The most popular websites on the Internet are beginning to phase out support for Internet Explorer 6. We now advise our customers that support for IE6 is an unnecessary... Read more »

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