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Introduction into using .NET Core with Swagger Documentation

Over the past week something wonderful I have learned and come across is the idea off documenting the software that can help build which helps makes the code more manageable as well and readable by others in the Industry. SwaggerUI specifically allows for anyone whether it’s the development team or the end consumer. It allows by using REST API calls that are visualized to see all the resources without the logic in place.

Sonny Darji by Sonny Darji

Removing Licenses from Groups with PowerShell in Azure Active Directory

This PowerShell scripting process will allow an administrator to remove licenses from groups in Azure Active Directory. You can manually remove licenses through Azure AD or through admin.Microsoft, but automating the process would be easier to scale up.

Jack Stabile by Jack Stabile

Introduction to Customizing Dynamics 365

What is Dynamics 365?

Dynamics 365 is a business model that allows multiple apps to work together seamlessly to provide cloud-based solutions for customers.  All businesses have certain business needs, whether it's financials, reporting, different types of situations that come into there.  So what the Dynamics 365 platform allows you to do is really deploy more customized solutions that fit your target business as opposed to having to try to fit them into one container based upon your individual needs.

Ajay Ravi by Ajay Ravi

Journey to teaching IT Project Management (Pt. 1)

As apart of my internship experience at Concurrency, I not only wanted to take what I’ve learned and apply it to my professional development but also extract valuable lessons to bring back to the University of Milwaukee, Wisconsin for when I give lectures about IT Project Management to college students.

Giamo Rivera by Giamo Rivera

ServiceNow - Project Portfolio Management Series

Today I would like to kick of a series of posts on the most useful areas in the Project Portfolio Management with financials suite.  Since there are a multitude of different modules, workspaces, workbenches and reports, I would like to take you on a tour of the areas I’ve found most useful in the deployments we’ve been engaged on.

Bryan Schrippe by Bryan Schrippe