Migrating Hyper-V Virtual Machines to a Failover Cluster

July 31, 2013 Paul Bell

Dynamic capacity, fast deployment, snapshots, and reduced administrative costs are all top reasons to move to a virtualized infrastructure.  Compare virtualization to a moist, decadent cake after living on dry bread with your physical servers for so many years.  The icing on the virtualization cake is deploying failover clustering to make those virtualized servers highly […]

Dynamics CRM Performance Tuning – Series Introduction

July 24, 2013 James Parks

Numerous Dynamics CRM projects run into problems around performance. Like many out-of-the-box systems, there are maintenance tasks that must be performed periodically to keep it humming. Many times this gets overlooked as systems undergo extreme customizations that can hinder performance. There are a few simple things you can do to greatly increase the performance of […]

Windows 8 App Development Tips & Tricks: Part Three – Splash Screen and Sharing Tweaks

July 22, 2013 Jose Gonzalez

Welcome to the third installment of a three part series on improving your Windows 8 application. The series will share some simple ways to enhance functionality and the user’s experience.  If you have not yet read the introduction, part one, and part two, I recommend it since it gives a quick explanation of the sample […]

Credera Selected as a 2013 Best Place to Work in North Texas

July 18, 2013 Morgan Eseke

We are excited to announce Credera has been selected as one of the best companies to work for in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal. The Best Places to Work list will be featured in a special publication in the September 27 issue of the Dallas Business Journal. Rankings will be announced at the […]

Windows 8 App Development Tips & Tricks: Part Two – Scrollbar and Layout Tweaks

July 15, 2013 Jose Gonzalez

Welcome to the second installment of a three part series on improving your Windows 8 application. The series will share some simple ways to enhance functionality and the user’s experience.  If you have not yet read the introduction or part one, I recommend it since it gives a quick explanation of the sample project we’ll […]

Writing Custom .NET Web Applications for Dynamics CRM 2011

July 8, 2013 Chris Griswold

Dynamics CRM 2011 has some major improvements that make it easier to use, but sometimes you still need a custom solution. We’ll explore some tips and considerations for going custom with Dynamics CRM 2011. The Situation Microsoft certainly made improvements with Dynamics CRM 2011. They introduced a much more flexible user interface when compared to […]

Windows 8 App Development Tips and Tricks: Part One – JavaScript Tweaks

July 3, 2013 Jose Gonzalez

Welcome back to the first installment of a three part series on improving your Windows 8 application. The series will share some simple ways to enhance functionality and the user’s experience.  If you have not yet read the introduction, I recommend it since it gives a quick explanation of the sample project we’ll be using. Note: […]

ASP.NET Control Validation On-The-Fly

July 1, 2013 Kevin King

On a recent project we were met with an interesting conundrum: My development team needed to create a functional, yet temporary user interface for a client to test while our User Experience team designed the real thing. We needed to create a quick and easy user experience without user experience experts. Our (amazing) User Experience […]

Windows 8 App Development Tips and Tricks: Series Introduction

June 26, 2013 Jose Gonzalez

With the launch of Visual Studio 2012 and Windows 8 last year, a new paradigm emerged for .NET developers in Windows 8 apps. As with any paradigm shift or emergence of a new platform, programming for Windows 8 apps comes with its own little oddities. In this blog series, we will discuss some of these […]

Visual Studio 2012 SQL Database Schema Compare

June 24, 2013 Kevin King

How many times have you been in the middle of a project and you have that gut wrenching realization that there’s something different between your database environments, but you have no idea what it is? Well, hopefully that doesn’t happen to you very often (because you are a best practice machine), but in the real […]