Matthew Mombrea

Matthew Mombrea is a software engineer, founder of Cypress North, and a technology enthusiast.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of ITworld, its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

What to expect from iSCSI Link Aggregation on your network

Prevent IIS log files from using too much disk space on Windows Server

Prevent IIS log files from using too much disk space on Windows Server

IIS logs, on by default, can slowly eat up your hard drive if you have a bunch of sites running or just a lot of traffic. Here's how to keep them in check.

Install GUI apps on Windows Hyper-V Server and Windows Server Core

Install GUI apps on Windows Hyper-V Server and Windows Server Core

Wouldn't it be great to get some convenient GUI apps into a Windows Server Core or Hyper-V Server installation? It's easier than you think!

5 tech gift ideas for your valued clients

5 tech gift ideas for your valued clients

Buying gifts for your clients or business partners is difficult. Here are 5 ideas for less than $100 that will be hard to hate.

5 tech gift ideas for your valued clients

5 tech gift ideas for your valued clients

Buying gifts for your clients or business partners is difficult. Here are 5 ideas for less than $100 that will be hard to hate.

Want to work at a fun tech company? Practice your social skills.

Want to work at a fun tech company? Practice your social skills.

Being the smartest candidate doesn't always land you a job when a company values its culture.

How to fetch a file from FTP and import into SQL Server automatically

How to fetch a file from FTP and import into SQL Server automatically

The importance of automating processes can't be overestimated. Most things start out as a manual procedure until you work out exactly how things should happen, but many times they stay that way permanently.

Microsoft's big play for the future of development

Microsoft's big play for the future of development

The .NET Framework goes open source, will soon run on Mac and Linux.

Running a virtual machine over iSCSI SAN? Check your swappiness.

Running a virtual machine over iSCSI SAN? Check your swappiness.

Putting your virtual machines on a SAN is a great way to make your VMs even more flexible, portable, and expandable. If you run into I/O errors, adjusting these settings may help.

3 tips to keep your software clean and maintainable

3 tips to keep your software clean and maintainable

Things move fast in software development today, especially if you're with a company that has any amount agility. While speedy results are important, you should take the extra time necessary to start off on good footing and maintain...

Why CurrentC will beat out Apple Pay in the end

Why CurrentC will beat out Apple Pay in the end

Even though Apple has the technically superior platform for mobile payments, it won't be enough to win the war.

Generic pagination in C# for .NET WebAPI

Generic pagination in C# for .NET WebAPI

"I love writing pagination code!"... said no one ever. After what seems like the millionth time writing a list pager from scratch, we've come up with a handy generic class to plug in for .NET API projects.

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