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Reasons to Deploy in the Cloud: (Part 6) Flexibility

Feb 14, 2017 | by Samuel Thurston, Software Engineer | Tags: Cloud

Welcome to the final installment of Reasons to Deploy in the Cloud! In this series of posts, I'm discussing some reasons for choosing a cloud platform. Previously I've talked about managing costs, the power of scaling, ease of management, interoperability, and in the last post, reliability. This is the final part of the series, discussing flexibility.


How to Use Xamarin.Forms to Create a Cross-Platform Mobile App

Feb 09, 2017 | by Clay Schumacher, Senior Software Engineer | Tags: Mobile App Development

Xamarin has gained a lot of traction in the mobile development community as a viable cross-platform solution for developing performant mobile apps. When we first started with Xamarin a few years ago, the only option was to create a platform-specific UI (Views and ViewControllers/Presenters) for each platform you wanted to bring your app to. Then Xamarin introduced Forms, a solution for simple mobile apps to be created cross-platform with a shared UI that still used native controls on each platform. As many mobile apps contain as much or more presentation logic as business logic, this makes much more sense as a cross-platform solution.


Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Visit ISE at a Career Fair

Feb 06, 2017 | by Kirsten Wennerstrom, Director of Human Resources | Tags: Company Culture

Want to learn more about ISE’s current opportunities and openings? Spring career fairs are just around the corner, so I’m counting down the top three reasons you should consider coming to chat with us at an upcoming event:


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Jan 31, 2017 | by Hudson Ludvigson, Senior Software Engineer | Tags: Internet of Things

With the beginning of a new year it’s often fun to review what predictions from the previous year proved to be true and which turned out to be wrong.  If one combs through the predictions of recent history, it’s easy to find some of the more interesting one: