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Month: May 2016

Which knowledge management tools should we use?

Which knowledge management tools should we use?

Knowledge base is the most basic tool for managing information. One of the knowledge management principles mentioned earlier, is to storing and sharing. Knowledge base satisfies them. There exist many mature software tools to manage it and the biggest one is broadly known by almost everybody. Wikipedia is probably the biggest open knowledge management tool in the internet. You can use a custom library to configure your own Wiki web site. It is very important to structure knowledge in this repository respectively to organization needs.

NUnit – generic classes tests

NUnit – generic classes tests

Some times ago I faced a task to write tests for generic classes. In the simplest approach it is quite easy task. If we want to test this class using for example NUnit library we can simply write a few test cases.

Technical teams motivation

Technical teams motivation

During my whole professional experience I always wondering what is the most important factor of technical project success. This question is important although for every day work and our side projects. I also reveal that during the work on start up projects we can meet this problem.

Storing filters Kendo Grid

Storing filters Kendo Grid

KendoUI Grid control is very flexible and powerful widget to present table data. It provides us a set of useful features. All of them is described very well in Kendo Grid documentation. However there is some cases that these possibilities is not enough to fulfill our requirements.

KendoUI Grid support filters and sorting data in user interface. These filters can do some complex logic. Especially if we decide to pass them to API layer and evaluate server side. Let’s imagine that user set a complex filtering and sorting rules that helps him to manage his data. Then he move to another page and when he want to get back he have to set all filters again.