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Hello! I'm Brad.

I convert ideas into working software.

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Brad Jolicoeur has 20+ years of experience as a full-stack developer who has designed and implemented custom software solutions for enterprises and packaged software as a service offerings. Throughout Brad's career he has paired his strong technical background with a passion for helping software development teams work well through Lean Software Development methodologies. Some enterprises of note that Brad has implemented solutions for include ARI, Aramark, Comcast and the National Football League (NFL).

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Stop Planning Based on Guesses

Brad Jolicoeur - 03/23/2019
Meditating on a software development task and picking a random number is a guess. There are other methods that provide equally effective methods of planning that do not include guesses.
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Adopting New Technology

Brad Jolicoeur - 02/26/2019
Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt, author of The Goal and father of the Theory of Constrain identified Four questions necessary to realize the full benefits of adopting a new technology. These Four questions can be used to help your organization realize order of magnitude advantages when adopting new technologies like the Cloud.
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Kentico Cloud Page Redirects with ASP.NET Core

Brad Jolicoeur - 02/03/2019
301 Redirects are an important component of any enterprise CMS large or small. This article provides some background on redirects and how to implement page redirects in your ASP.NET Core application using Kentico Cloud as the repository for the list of redirects.
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Azure DevOps Private Nuget Feed with Docker Build

Brad Jolicoeur - 01/02/2019
I recently had to add a private NuGet package feed to my Azure DevOps build pipeline that creates a Docker container. It looks like a lot of folks are struggling to do the same thing so I put some notes together on how I was able to get it to work without adding secrets to my source control.
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