Wow… I’m coming up with some sexy titles for posts lately.
This is going to be how to deserialize JSON objects into native C# objects using Newtonsoft.JSON. Serialization of objects to JSON is very straightforward. Serializing objects inherited from a base class is pretty simple, but there’s a little bit of doing to do first. Converting those items back though… that’s a trick.
There are too many guidelines for passwords. Actually, that’s not true. Too many supposedly “secure” institutions, do not allow for proper passwords. I propose a “seal of approval” for websites that allow for proper passwords.
What’s a proper password? Well…
God that’s a sexy title! Hahah…
This post is all about keeping customer data out of the hands of other customers. There are many options that can be implemented. I found three likely candidates and chose one. Here’s the one I chose and why I chose it.
For work, we are going to have to have a complete audit trail of all our data. Here’s the strategy I’m planning on implementing.
I have come across a situation recently where I am coding in DEBUG mode and things are working perfectly. When I go and try to get things running in RELEASE mode, I get an error.
The company I work for recently unveiled their corporate core values. The idea behind the core values is that in a concise manner, someone can learn about what Terso Solutions values and will know what they’re in for if they choose to do business with us.