Author: Andrew Pallant
Andrew Pallant (@LdnDeveloper) has been a web, database and desktop developer for over 16 years. Andrew has worked on projects that ranged from factory automation to writing business applications. Most recently he has been heavily involved in various forms for ecommerce projects. Over the years Andrew has worn many hats: Project Manager, IT Manager, Lead Developer, Supervisor of Developers and many more - See more at:

Navigating the Challenges of Engineering Projects: A Guide for Business Leaders

I have been reviewing project efficiencies from the past to see where I was successful and where I was less successful. In addition, I have been studying for my Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma certification, and now I am

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Guide to Decision-Making Using Data Analytics

Data analytics has emerged as a cornerstone for informed decision-making in the dynamic business world. Integrating data analytics into business operations can significantly enhance an organization’s strategy’s efficiency and effectiveness. The Imperative of Data Analytics in Business Decisions In today’s

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Blockchain for Data Security: A Practical Guide for SaaS Platforms

Blockchain technology offers a robust solution for enhancing data security in SaaS platforms. However, successful implementation requires a thorough understanding of the technology and careful consideration of its pros and cons. Understanding Blockchain Basics Blockchain is a decentralized, tamper-resistant ledger

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Evaluating SaaS Products: A Comprehensive Guide for Leadership

As businesses increasingly turn to SaaS solutions for their operational needs, it’s crucial to understand how to evaluate these products effectively. This blog post will guide you through the process. Software as a Service (SaaS) is a cloud-based software distribution model

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Using Patterns to Gain Work Efficiency

This blog is part two of the information session I would have provided the support team on Tuesday. Part One was yesterday’s post about using Basic SQL syntax to help with our day-to-day work. Part Two is about using patterns

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Power BI – A Powerful Tool for Canadian Credit Unions

Power BI is a collection of software services, apps, and connectors provided by Microsoft that work together to turn unrelated sources of data into coherent, visually immersive, and interactive insights. It’s a business intelligence tool for analyzing and visualizing raw data

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SQL Basics

Today, I am writing this blog because I did not have a chance to conduct the SQL training with the support team yesterday before I departed for a new adventure; I feel like I owe it to them to give

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Unleashing the Power of AI for Business Success

Staying competitive is paramount in the rapidly evolving business landscape. One way to ensure this is by harnessing the power of AI. This blog post will delve into how we can use AI to simplify tasks, make decisions, organize our

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A Guide to Customer Success in Fintech

As a technology leader in the fintech industry, I’ve observed that the key to a successful fintech platform is its ability to serve and retain its customer base. In this blog, we’ll delve into what fintech companies can do better,

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What is Jira Query Language (JQL)?

Jira Query Language (JQL) is a text-based query language used to extract specific data from the Jira database. Jira is a swamp of tickets that can weigh you down in the mud of ambiguity, but JQL can help you navigate

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