Steve Ballmer may just be a mad genius at how he is navigating Microsoft through the ongoing mobile device war that is raging.
By Arie Jones
Nandini Ramani, leader of Oracle’s Java development, wrote an interesting blog post last week on all the security vulnerabilities that have been plaguing Java here recently
Sometimes a checksum is not all it's cracked up to be
It’s not often that I give out praise for how a company handles a security breach, especially one that could contains usernames and passwords.
Is Windows 8 really DOA like a lot of people say or could it just be a little misinterpreation of the OS.
A lot of press has been made of Bitcoin in the last few years, but what exactly is the phenomenon and how could or would it affect the way that we handle transactions?
My blog has gone through SEVERAL iterations over the past several years, mainly depending on what mood I am in at a particular time or what technology I am using. I have basically tried them all…
A very common scenario in an ETL process is one in which you need to call out to some configuration tables to figure out some values that it needs to use somewhere downstream in the process. Quite often you also want to pass in some parameters as well. So in this article I will be addressing both of those scenarios.
InfoWorld is finally reporting on a rather disheartening trend that I have watched over the past year or so, which is the rise of the consumer black markets for malware.
By Azure Ninja
Microsoft announced earlier this month that they were changing the way Azure SQL Reporting was being charged.
Should we want Microsoft to add a TRIM function to SQL Server?
We look at how to create a default button behavior that can be attached to a control in Silverlight.
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I decided that it was high time that I switched out my older 500GB mechanical hard drive with an SSD. Here is my experience so far.
On Jul 28th,2012 Indianapolis will be hosting an all day event of approximately 250+ developers and database administrators at the University of Indianapolis.
The webcast series has completed…BUT you can still see the content by following the links below!
Well, PTI is ramping up for the release of SQL Server 2012 which is coming out the first half of this year and in order to help get the community up to speed we are putting on TWO MONTHS worth of weekly webcasts based on all of the new goodies that a
Another SQL Saturday weekend has come and gone. This time it was SQL Saturday #87 in Louisville, KY . The event appeared to be pretty well packed
Here’s a fairly common question that can be solved fairly easily. Sometimes when you have a ListBox of Items you would like for those items to stretch the available width of the ListBox. Sounds pretty straightforward right? Given we have something si
I am in the process of setting up a new server with a Hyper-V network and have run into an interesting problem where the network connection keeps dropping off.
Thanks for everyone that attended the webinar. Pragmatic Works should have the video up by the end of the week. I know that we obviously wen a little long and I don’t think I answered everyone’s questions so feel free to hit me up here or via Twitter
Thanks to everyone that attended the session with Pragmatic Works. It was great getting a lot of good questions. As promised, here are the slides and the scripts for everything.
Okay so just a quick post here to give some kudos to Skybladev2 for developing this cool little add-in
RadWindow within the Telerik toolkit is an awesome resource for creating stylish windows. However, it also has the added benefit of providing you with some out-of-the-box implementations of dialog