Category Archives: C#

Integrating OpenAI into E-commerce: A Microservices Approach

In the ever-evolving landscape of e-commerce, integrating intelligent systems has become not just an advantage but a necessity. This is where OpenAI comes into play within a microservices architecture. Let’s delve into a system blueprint and see how OpenAI enriches the e-commerce ecosystem.

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Exploring the Safe Haven of Windows 11 Sandbox

Are you ever hesitant to test new software or visit unfamiliar websites due to concerns about potential harm to your computer? Microsoft has your back with Windows 11 Sandbox, a feature that allows you to create a secure and isolated virtual environment for experimenting with software and browsing the web without putting your primary system at risk. In this blog post, we’ll dive into what Windows 11 Sandbox is and how you can access and use it on your Windows 11 Pro, Enterprise, or Education edition.

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Tomb AI: A New Way to Create Stories with Artificial Intelligence

Have you ever wanted to write a story but felt stuck or uninspired? Or maybe you have a great idea but don’t have the time or skills to turn it into a captivating narrative. If so, you might be interested in Tomb AI, a new online platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help you create stories from scratch.

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Software Composition Analysis Tools

This post shows how each provider measures up and helps you select the correct Software Composition Analysis for your needs.

Fact: Software Composition Analysis (SCA) protects the software supply chain. In a report by Forrester[1] and Gartner[2], they explore how industry providers measure up, which will assist you in selecting the right one for your needs. It’s a valuable assessment of top suppliers in today’s market. Details below are an extract of this report with additional information which applies to our environment.

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Environment Strategy


Businesses should believe that every team is in the business of creating great customer experiences.

To achieve that, the application must do more than just provide control, reporting and audibility. The business needs to tap into data signals from across its business and use them to drive ongoing improvements in the products, services, and experiences they intend to deliver to its customers.

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End of the Road For Azure DevOps?

With Microsoft now owning GitHub, the technical teams have been integrated, resulting in Azure DevOps and GitHub having the same leadership and personnel. The long-term strategic direction will be GitHub, but there is no plan for Azure DevOps to go into maintenance/sunset; therefore, choosing Azure DevOps is entirely OK in short to (undefined) medium term. Azure DevOps is currently in the early stages of development. When migration tools are needed, Microsoft will give them.

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GitHub Naming Repositories

As part of our customer engagement, we have defined a naming convention for GitHub repositories. 

We have ideas around what conventions made sense, although the type of work influences these. As we tend to spend some of your engineering time working with different languages, conventions around naming formats make sense to the engineers. These, of course, might not make sense to individuals in other fields. 

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GISTS – engage in chat or gossip. 
“I need a good friend I can always gist with.” 

It is always good to chat with others, which is how we learn from each other. So why don’t project teams chat with each other? In this day and age of working from home, it is becoming more and more critical to form a social network, which helps not only with mental health but also work-related ideas and time. 

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