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5 Critical Business Requirements Elicitation and Collaboration Questions

In my elicitation and collaboration experiences with stakeholders, I have found there are 5 critical questions you should ask during every interview.
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How to Use .NET Core CLI to Create a Multi-Project Solution

One of the key features of .NET Core is a robust Command Line Interface (CLI) that allows a user to create a multi-project solution with very minimal overhead.
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Getting Started with the SharePoint Framework (SPFx)

SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a client-side development experience to customize SharePoint’s Modern Experience. Here's how you can make it your own!
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11 Promises Effective Leaders Should Make and Keep

These pledges are critical for every leader, whether they practice agile, waterfall or something in between, that wants motivated and engaged team members.
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How to Quickly Detect Tabular Referential Integrity Issues

How can you detect referential integrity issues in your tabular model? Here's how to detect them, the tables they're in, and which values are the problem.
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10 Steps to Successful Requirements Gathering and Elicitation Meeting

Here are 10 recommended steps to help you organize and facilitate a successful requirements gathering and elicitation meeting.
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How to Dynamically Scale an Azure SQL Database

By designing and implementing a dynamic scaling plan for your Azure solution, you can get the resources you need while reducing cost at the same time.
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7 Things to Remember When Setting Up Fuzzy Lookups

In my last post, I explained why I would want to use Fuzzy Lookups for my various matching needs. Now I want to explain the how.
Cloud Connectivity

3 Steps to Implement AD Security for an On-Premises Data Gateway

The idea to implement AD groups was first realized when trying to dynamically populate O365 group membership, that can be done with PowerShell.
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How to Pass the Professional Scrum Master Level I (PSM I)

Professional Scrum Master Level I is the foundation level scrum master certification available by Scrum.org. It is similar to the CSM by Scrum Alliance.
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Office 365: Single Sign-on vs. Same Sign-on

When going to a sign-on solution it is good to weigh your options and pick the choice best suited for your business needs.
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Using Release Burndown for Agile Change Management

Use the expanded release burndown chart to illustrate the cumulative impact of change and facilitate a dialog with your stakeholders around change management.

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