As a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, I have had to accept the fact that me being a NASCAR fan is slightly abnormal. Most of my friends think it is odd, like concerning to them odd. Outside of a few relatives (non-immediate family), I’m not sure I even knew anyone that was a NASCAR […]
I’ve recently been exploring many of the Syncfusion controls and one that jumped out to me as potentially being very useful is the Report Viewer control. Many companies and development shops out there want to make you think they are the ones who have nailed the perfect reporting platform and the fact of the matter […]
I’m in the process of recruiting for an entry-level IT position. This position will have broad possibilities including help desk, software development, web development, graphics/video development, etc. At a minimum though, this position will need to be able to handle the first level help desk for our organization. We’re still working out the budgetary possibilities […]
One of the great benefits of Entity Framework and Code First for ASP.NET MVC application development is the ability to seed data for your application when you run your application for the first time. Earlier today I was working on an implementation of EF and Code First for a new app and I had all […]
I have recently been working on a new internal application for my family’s insurance agency and I knew I wanted to force a secured connection. Being an insurance agency, there are various rules and regulations regarding data security that you can’t take for granted. We use SSL connections for all of our web applications and […]
It seems as though everyone has a favorite banking application these days and today my favorite app failed me. In the year of 2013, consumers simply demand convenience from their mobile applications and consumers view mobile apps as an extension of the business whom provides it. It is for these very reasons that Chase and other financial institutions allow you to deposit checks online through their websites or mobile apps.
From an economics standpoint, the simple ability to take a picture of a check saves consumers time and money. Who really wants to drive back and fourth to the brick and mortar financial institution location, wait in line, fill out deposit slips, and then hand over a check to deposit? I would say NOBODY, but I’m quite certain there are still a few folks out there who you can label as Old School who prefer that face to face involvement with the tellers…