I-Cheng shows how each role in a software project can benefit from behavior-driven development.
There are many different ways to manage multiple Google Hangouts chat accounts that you use regularly. Nick Claywell tried several different methods and made a tutorial for the setup that he found to be best.
Need to combine multiple PDF files into a single PDF document? This post examines how to combine PDFs and explores techniques involved to run as a server-side script that is multi-user safe.
FileMaker offers infinitely-flexible searching… But online we have a single search box. Successful searching depends on clear presentation of results and suitable tools for working with results.
What should you do if your FileMaker file is corrupted? Follow Makah’s guide for using the FileMaker Recovery tool and best practices to prevent it from happening again.
Chatter is for more than just creating a post on a record. Find out more in Taylor’s exploration into the many features of Chatter.
If you have pushed changes to a remote, and subsequently amended or rebased, you will need to replace old commit(s) with your new one(s). To do this, you will need to use The Force.
I wrote a blog post last month showing a way to quickly find where unstored calcs and summary fields are being used in a solution. This post is a sort […]
Certain types of fields, like unstored calculation and summary fields, can really slow down a solution, especially if they are used on layouts that are primarily accessed in list or […]
What is Git Rebase? Git rebase organizes branching paths and makes the repository structure linear. It allows you to patch changes onto your origin or master branch. In December of […]
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I have a knack for remembering all kinds of random tidbits.
This quote speaks volumes for how I try to live my life both personally (husband, Dad, son, friend) and professionally.
The year that cemented it: When I was in 6th grade, my family lived in Jamaica for a year (sabbatical). Shortly after we arrived, the island was hit by Hurricane Gilbert, which knocked out power and water for a few weeks. My birthday came in the middle of that stretch. Somehow my mom made it work: she accio’ed Birthday Tacos made of pita bread, some kind of shelf-stable faux meat stuff, and cabbage. Best tacos ever.