Step-by-step instructions for upgrading PostgreSQL on Windows. We will be moving from PostgreSQL 14 to 15 (major update), but most of the instructions works for any major upgrade. As usual, I use Powershell to do most of the work. Click on to read more.
Not all things last... like the cup in this picture, still my favorite coffee cup of all times - the perfect way you held my piping hot coffee in the morning is missed. Yes, the cup broke after a tragic tumble and battle with a stainless-steel sink at our place of work. As for the laptop in the photo, we had some good days old friend. While I HATE upgrading my most important tool of trade, it was time for a change. With mixed emotions, I replaced my old Dell with a newer, slimmer, gaming laptop that can handle the load of visual studio, database software, photo editing, numerous other apps and of course my favorite RPGs. Click to read on.
Websites are the virtual front door of your business, and it is essential to keep them up-to-date and optimized for all types of users. In this blog post, we will discuss the latest trends in web design and how they can help you to create a website that is modern, engaging, and optimized for success. Click to read more.
So your running PostgreSQL on windows, maybe even over a network of windows machines and you want to make sure those network connections are encrypted. You're in the right spot!
We will do this via PowerShell and OpenSSL, click on to read more.
Back on March 9th of this year (2020), Method Development celebrated 15 years of building software for local and national businesses and nonprofits. In our 15 years, here are just a few thoughts and things we have learned that have helped in our success: