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The Future of Technology – Today!

Most of us who consider ourselves to be technologists are actually quite content with present technology. We love your gadgets and are happy with the latest apps across web/mobile/desktop. Life is good, honestly. Then, there are the outliers – folks who are just not happy with the present. They keep pushing the envelope and technology […]

Free your On-Premises Data with Data Connectors

Lately it seems that it’s all about cloud and mobile. Every technical conference or user group you attend, you hear speakers talking about leveraging the cloud to augment mobile solutions. Each new or exciting piece of technology seems to be squarely aimed at helping you move your application data to the cloud and consuming the […]

Write C# on a Mac like a Champ!

Let’s face it – Apple makes some of most desired notebooks in the industry. The MacBook Pro Retina is loved by many developers for its screen real estate and silent but robust performance. The MacBook Air, on the other hand, offers portability and long battery life for productivity. If you own one of these, you […]

Windows 10 – What’s in it For Developers?

Windows 10 was unveiled on September 30, 2014 as a technical preview for individuals that signed up to become a Windows Insider. Since the release, we’ve seen a lot of coverage from media outlets regarding new features that end-users will be excited about, but very little coverage for developers. In this post, I’m going to […]

Apple’s Biggest Announcement Yet Isn’t About Phones Or Watches

In case you happen to have missed it, an Apple announcement has claimed the number one spot on Hacker News this morning. As tired as we all are of Apple and the endless speculating and PR barrage, this one is different from most all of the others. It’s different because it’s not really an announcement […]

5 Killer Productivity Features in Visual Studio 2013

Regardless whether you do web, desktop or mobile development in the .NET space, you are using a version of Visual Studio of some sort. Hopefully you are using Visual Studio 2013 by now since it is backwards compatible with Visual Studio 2012 projects. I wanted to share several features that have benefited me day to […]

Now is the time to Develop Windows Universal Apps!

I’d like to take a moment and time travel back to late 2010, when Windows Phone 7 officially launched. Microsoft developers everywhere were excited that they could reuse their existing skillset and begin to build native mobile applications. Not only were Microsoft developers happy, but so was Telerik. We had been working closely with Microsoft […]

Web Menus for the Modern Touch World

You’re on the road with your smartphone/tablet and pull up a website in your browser (not while you are driving, of course!). The fancy new restaurant in town lures you in with mouth-watering menus or that game score you so desperately want to follow on a sports site. While the beautifully designed website loads up […]