Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, April 13-19 – I enjoyed our chat

Several people asked me last week about our weekly recap newsletters. Why talk personal? Why talk business? Why mix them in the same conversation? If you know me on any level, you know that JASE is my life and my … Read More

Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, April 6-12 – I look forward to seeing you this week.

A 4:30A journey to the office this morning gave me lots of time to reflect, because . . . well, I was the only one on the road. Last week was a sad week for our family while attending Nicole’s … Read More

Creating a Formatted HTML Table for Email with T-SQL

We haven’t talked tech in a while on our blog but since a good percentage of our readers consists of programmers and database administrators, we feel the need to sneak in an article or two every once in a while. … Read More

Knowing What is Important – Project Management, Software Engineering, Requirements Gathering – Understand First

Back before Simon Baker was The Mentalist, he used to star in a show called The Guardian.  There was one episode where his character – a high-powered corporate attorney named Nick Fallin – was hired to buy a company for … Read More

5 Tips for Creating Polished Software

When creating software, the top priority is that it works. Sometimes, this may be the only priority.  For example, suppose you are creating a process that automates TPS reports for your employer – a local widget manufacturer.  This process will … Read More

How to Use the Question Mark in C# & Where to Use the Question Mark in C#

Languages often provide shortcuts for common functions, sometimes called “syntactic sugar” – a reference to how they “sweeten” the syntax and make code easier to code or read.  Today, we’re going to take a look at three shortcuts that involve … Read More

How Not To Code, for Software Engineers

If you have ever taken a programming class in college or been on a job interview as a prospective programmer, you have likely been subjected to intentionally confusing code segments and given the task of determining what they do. Sometimes … Read More

SQL Server Denali – Sequences

The latest installment of Microsoft’s SQL Server database management system, codenamed Denali, is in the community technology preview stage, where it is available to developers for review. Among the numerous new features of what will presumably eventually become SQL Server … Read More

Data Encryption in .NET

The recent Gawker incident should serve as a reminder to all of us that password security is not something that can be taken for granted.  Gawker is a popular culture blog site and they own or are affiliated with a … Read More

What can JASE Digital Media do for you?

Got JASE? JASE Digital Media is a Hampton Roads owned digital media agency with the bite of a world conglomerate! What makes JASE unique compared to traditional advertising agencies is that it provides a twist of Inbound Marketing to bring … Read More

Not to get too technical … but …

Our eBusiness Solutions team loves technology! That’s the understatement of the year. The team is made up of software engineers, data engineers, information architects, and system administrators. And believe it or not, they work well together with our creative team, … Read More