AWS S3 Bucket Name Validation Regex

Amazon Web Services enforces a strict naming convention for buckets used for storing files. Amazon’s requirements for bucket names include:  A Bucket’s name can be between 6 and 63 characters long, containing lowercase characters, numbers, periods, and dashes Each label

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Rapid Development Using Online IDEs

One of the most important processes in software development is the Rapid Application Development (RAD) model. The RAD model promotes adaptability – it emphasizes that requirements should be able to change as more knowledge is gained during the project lifecycle.

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Section 508 Coding Practices

So you’ve read our previous blog on Section 508 Standards are and how to test for them and next thought “Gosh, that’s nice, but how do I make a page 508 Compliant?” Or you stumbled upon this blog from a

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How to Write SharePoint Custom Actions

You create a SharePoint action to add custom buttons to the ribbon or settings pages. Actions can be created in Visual Studio and consist of a single Elements file. Multiple actions can be deployed with just one file. In typical

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Sandbox Solutions vs. Farm Solutions

So you want to build a sand castle, but you’re using Sandbox Solutions. Next, the question may come up about Farm solutions. You may ask yourself, “What are the differences?” In this blog post, I’ll cover the differences and advantages of

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Bootstrapping Windows Servers with AWS EC2

When working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instances, bootstrapping refers to using scripts provided at launch to configure new EC2 instances (servers). Concerning Windows servers, there are several considerations when determining the best method of bootstrapping. Bootstrap scripts can

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Best Practices for AWS EC2

There are several things to consider before clicking that “Launch” button in the AWS (Amazon Web Services) console. The more you plan and take into consideration ahead of time, the more you can save yourself a few headaches down the

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Using Event Receivers for SharePoint Workflows

One of the more interesting challenges contractors for public sector clients have is working with older versions of software. On a recent project involving an integration of a solution I’d written using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 and SharePoint 2010, I

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File Placement in Custom SharePoint Site

So you want to customize your SharePoint site with custom CSS and JavaScript, like Bootstrap or Angular, but you don’t know where to put the files? You’re in the right place for the answers you seek. There are three places you

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