Tags » Data Access

Science Magazine Releases Special Issue on Digital Privacy

Yesterday, January 29th, Science Magazine released a new Special Issue entitled The End of Privacy. In line with its theme, the edition will be made available online at no cost for the first week following publication. 323 more words


SOLID Architecture and the Repository Pattern

The repository pattern is super common.

It’s a layer in your code that exists between your business code and your database. It helps isolate code that interfaces with your database in a single place. 1,428 more words


Another wee update

It is conclusive from the official Google Maps API v2 documentation that there is no possible way to distinguish a route’s terrain from the map. It doesn’t make a difference in the grand scheme of things, all the same it would have been a cool feature – maybe Google will surprise us with it with the v3 release! 227 more words

Project Development

Importance of Wi-Fi Continues to Evolve: The Impact of Wi-Fi Service in Sports Stadiums (Final Post 3 in Series)

The importance to the sports industry of having high-speed Internet/Wi-Fi service along with other technology available in stadiums continues to evolve, especially with many games now being televised nationwide and fans wanting to communicate about them in real time. 711 more words


Choose wisely your Data Access technologies

Microsoft provides great various tools to access your data layer. We can access the data using ADO.NET Core, ADO.NET Sync Services, ADO.NET Data Services Framework, … 617 more words

Data Access

Scientists Have a Sharing Problem

Dec 15th Maggie Puniewska posted an article in the Atlantic Magazine summarizing the obstacles preventing researchers from sharing their data.

The article asks if “science has traditionally been a field that prizes collaboration […] then why so many scientists stingy with their information.” 269 more words