/Jared Porcenaluk

About Jared Porcenaluk

I'm a full-stack software developer at Nebbia Technology and the co-organizer of the Orlando IoT Meetup. I have five years of experience and have worked with underlying technologies from HTML and CSS to JavaScript, C#, and SQL. I've developed software for the Newseum, the Smithsonian, and Children’s National Health System, and I enjoy solving new challenges in clean, practical ways.

The DevOps Tool For The Job

By |2019-02-06T10:44:50-05:00February 1st, 2019|

This past Christmas, my wife Sarah was kind enough to buy me what my heart truly desires - more tools. In this case, it was 20V DeWalt tools, including a drill and driver set. Of course I was delighted, but then, I saw which drill it was and my heart sank. I had the very ...

A Pipeline For PowerBI Embedded

By |2018-09-14T09:16:41-05:00September 14th, 2018|

PowerBI has a lot of power, no pun intended. Created primarily as a self-reporting tool to be used by the C-level suite as well as managers, it has grown and matured to the point where it's edging out SSRS in capabilities. In fact, you can now embed PowerBI into end-user applications ("App Owns Data" as ...

Your DevOps Strategy Is Only Going To Work If You Have This

By |2018-07-17T07:53:19-05:00July 16th, 2018|

At Nebbia, I have seen many different companies, corporate structures, and cultures, and have learned from each one I've encountered. Every company has had some great qualities and some that could be improved. No company is ever perfect, and perfection is a goal rather than a destination anyway. It's just the nature of the beast. Of ...

How Modern Is Your Microsoft Stack? See How You Stack Up.

By |2018-04-25T10:05:04-05:00April 18th, 2018|

Here at Nebbia Technology, we interface with dozens of companies across many different industries. They are all using different technologies to get their work done, some new, some not so much. While there is no "right answer" in how much new technology you should integrate into your organization, we at Nebbia believe that new technology ...