One thing we really appreciate here at Predica is learning. Best if it comes together with good fun and as a part of nice and interesting project. And usually it is a case so learning combined with fun is part of our ecosystem here.
Members of our team have another thing tattooed deeply in their professional DNA – knowledge sharing and community distribution. This is why we are proud to have few MVPs among members of our team. As company we also strongly believe that if we share our knowledge it will be beneficial not only for us but also for our customers and we are doing this at every opportunity we have in our projects.
Because of this we have decided that it is time to start to combine these two elements and start to share our knowledge and experience for the good of community and to have fun from it as well. We are planning many initiatives to execute on this but if you are here you can see our first public one – our blog.
There are many blogs out there and probably Internet is hosting too many of them (at least judging only from a content of some of them).
So – why bother with another one? Well … we can’t give you a reason in advance – let our content speak for itself.
What you will find here? Predica is focusing on two key elements of IT world:
- Identity and Access Management, where we are delivering projects on Microsoft stack (think Windows Server, FIM 2010, ADFS, Azure … )
- SharePoint and .NET development.
What we want to provide here at Predica Team blog is our experience and knowledge in these areas. Our architects, consultants and developers will share here ideas, views on concepts and technology, technical tips and tricks and code examples. Something good for everyone then.
Enough said … call for action – bookmark IT, add it to RSS feed, follow us on Twitter. And we will keep information here flowing.
Stay tuned ….
… Yours sincerely … editor in chief … Tomek.
P.S For those who recognized it and for those who don’t – yes, this blog title is inspired by Metallica’s record.
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