Airtable Database Systems: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (really ugly)

I’ve begun consulting organizations on using Airtable for tracking company information. Airtable provides an amazing platform for moving away from Spreadsheets (Excel or Google sheets) as a way of tracking company workflow and data. It is a rudimentary relational database system that looks and feels like a spreadsheet. As a stop-gap, proof-of-concept, or even the […]

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How I check if optional parameters were passed to a c# method

I’ve read a few articles on this – specifically people asking how to check if an optional parameters has been passed to a C# method/function/class. I saw several responses where people suggested you don’t have to check – just set your default values or use overloading. The problem with both solutions is that they fail […]

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Google Apps Workshop Slides and Video

Last week, Matthew Moran, gave a workshop as part of The Russell Fisher Business Collection at the Camarillo Library. The RF Business Collection is a grant that provides the library funds for hosting business workshops and informational seminars. Georg Winkler administers and books speakers for the event. He has also started getting them on video […]

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MPAA Content Security Best Practices Common Guidelines Audit Tool

MPAA Content Security Audit Review Tool – free download

We just published the initial version (beta: ver. 0.5) of an MPAA Content Security Audit Review Tool built in Microsoft Excel. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has a Content Security Best Practices Common Guidelines document that our client needed us to follow to help them pass a digital security audit review. The audit […]

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