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Falafel Software named one of the 30 fastest growing companies of 2016

By | Azure, Microsoft, News, Training | No Comments

Falafel Software is named one of the 30 fastest growing companies of 2016 by The Silicon Review. With Lino Tadros, CEO of Falafel Software at the helm, the company has expanded to provide world-class consulting in Colorado, Texas, Washington, Florida, Wisconsin, Ohio, Oklahoma and North Carolina. The award-winning consulting, training and mentoring programs include major Microsoft platforms and technologies including Azure, Web, MVC, Silverlight, WinForms, WCF, WPF and SQL Server. Falafel has experience with mobile app development using native iOS, Android and Windows Phone SDKs along with other cross-platform tools like Xamarin, Cordova, Ionic and the Telerik Platform. Falafel Software has…

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Should you attend software training?

By | SmartBear, Training | No Comments

One of the things we pride ourselves on at Falafel is the outstanding training we offer to our customers. Whether you’re looking at implementing a new tool and need to learn how to use it, want to brush up on industry best practices, or learn a new skill we can help you out. There are a lot of benefits of attending software training (for both you and your company), but identifying all of the benefits and articulating that ROI to your manager can be challenging. Today our awesome partner, SmartBear, published a guest post from us that covers exactly that.

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Visual Studio

Software Craftsmanship Online Workshop

By | .NET, C#, Training | One Comment

Earlier this year, I delivered a 5-day online workshop to a customer’s team on software craftsmanship. The class went really well and I thought the format worked out, even though typically this kind of class is done in-person.  We basically did four hours of instruction per day, with an hour break in the middle for lunch. There was some hands-on during this time, but most of the hands-on material was left for students to do on their own time as labs. We don’t go more than 4 hours per day with remote training because it’s tough to keep the attention…

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