Blog Posts by Dave Feltz, Software Developer LLC

The Importance of Quality Software Engineering

Posted by: DFSD Staff in Software Engineering
November 28, 2023

In today's digital age, software has become an integral part of every business. From small startups to large enterprises, every company relies on software to streamline their operations and enhance productivity. However, software development is not a straightforward process. It requires a lot of planning, analysis, design, coding, testing, and deployment.

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How Workflow Automation Software Increases Small-business Efficiency & Profitability

Posted by: DFSD Staff in Workflow Automation
October 11, 2023

In this blog post we will discuss the benefits of workflow automation software. Some of the benefits of workflow automation include gains in efficiency and speed, reducing tedious, repetitive work, while providing valuable real-time feedback about the status of your business processes.

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Workflow automation software explained

Posted by: Dave Feltz in Workflow Automation
August 13, 2023

Workflow automation software manages and tracks status for multi-step business processes. Some of the benefits of workflow automation include gains in efficiency and speed, reducing tedious, repetitive work and errors, while providing valuable real-time feedback about the status of your business processes.

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Is Your Custom Software S.O.L.I.D.?

Posted by: Dave Feltz in Software Engineering
October 25, 2021

It is no longer good enough that custom software just works. To be considered a quality, reliable, maintainable product, it also needs to be properly engineered. In my opinion one of the most important aspects of well-engineered custom software is code that adheres to the S.O.L.I.D. design principles.

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Meltdown and Spectre CPU Vulnerabilities

Posted by: Dave Feltz in Software Security
January 4, 2018

Google’s Project Zero security team just announced two serious security vulnerabilities called Meltdown and Spectre. These vulnerabilities are particularly serious because they occur in the CPU chip’s architectures so it affects any software running on most Intel CPUs manufactured from 1995 to today.

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8 Steps To A More Secure WordPress Site

Posted by: Dave Feltz in Software Security
September 18, 2017

For the most part WordPress is a good option for your web site. With its extensive repository of themes and plugins WordPress provides site owners with many options for design and content. Also, the fact that WordPress is built on php and MySQL, two open technologies with large developer bases, site owners can leverage a high-level of customization.

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