So here I am on some much needed time off, and Hurricane Sally decides to come through. Just my luck, my first time taking PTO in over a year and a hurricane decides to lock me down. Either way, I… Read More ›
It’s no secret that the world runs on open-source. From our Apache and NGinx webservers, our Ubuntu server OS’s, even our .NET and python programming languages. However, how many think that this could potentially be an issue?
.NET languages have a variety of forms of flow control, if statements are easily among the most noticeable. When having to compare multiple statements it is common practice to utilize switch statements due to it’s improved performance, but is there… Read More ›