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Surinder Bhomra
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I've been doing some personal research into improving my own JavaScript development. I decided to get more familiar with the new version of JavaScript - ES6. ES6 is filled to the brim with some really nice improvements that make JavaScript development much more concise and efficient. #JavaScript #es6 #react #reactjs
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I don't generally blog about my holidays. But this holiday was different and decided to write about my amazing stay at +Melia Bali.

#bali #holiday #indonesia
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I wrote a post about how a website can tell the public a lot about you, from the things you want people to see and other things you probably would not. HTTP Headers can divulge things about your website that you wouldn't necessarily want to make public and its up to the individual to make a decision on what headers they're willing to expose.

#aspnet #security
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Earlier this week a post I wrote for C# Corner was published. It was about an alternative to use the very well known SQL Server "IN" condition when working with many values. I discuss storing a list of values you would normally pass directly into your "IN" condition for querying to a User Defined Data Type.
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Using Salesforce API to insert, update and select data from objects. #salesforce #salesforceapi #aspnet
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I can only speak about my experiences from working in the technical industry, but there isn't a week that goes by when I am not being spammed by recruitment agencies who don't seem to get the message that I'm not interested.

#recruitment #jobs #spamming
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I'm looking to move to a blogging platform that requires less maintenance and benefits my writing flow. Ghost maybe the one! #ghost #blog #ghostblog #writing
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What is a better method to learning? Books or online resources?

I think our way of learning has changed over the past few years and I don't think our old friend "the book" is as prominent as it once was as a learning aid, especially when there are far more accessible and interactive ways of learning. #learning #books #programming #pluralsight
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My somewhat short length of time in using #GoDaddy Pro hosting. Never again. #hosting
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Storing large objects of JSON data in a field within a database over the traditional RDBMS approach is something that I have questioned for some time, especially when I find myself having to store and easily archive social data structures from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook etc.

This post suggest that size and performance of a large amount of JSON isn't an issue, just being able to maintain the data. Of course, storing data in its relational form would always be the way to go.

But if you know the data is never going to change from a structure perspective and there will never be a requirement to add the relational niceties, then there is no disadvantage to storing data as JSON directly in a database.

#json #mssql #performance #data
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