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  • Vinayak's WebLog

    Commerce server queries through my blog

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    I receieved a number of queries about the product catalog system through my blog.I am posting replies to some of them and will keep updating this post. Can I perform searches for partial keywords in my catalog? Yes, you can perform partial keyword...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Europa trip day 3, quick summary

    Every few days as I get a chance, I’ll post on update on where I am and how my trip in Europe is going. I will be posting details about each place I visit, but for now, I will mention that I arrived on June 17 th in Oslo Norway on schedule, drove...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Ripple (by John Koziol)

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    No, I don't mean the cheap wine. I'm talking about the unintended consequences of a change to an application in other areas of that app. It's not uncommon, especially when enhancing or changing features in a large, legacy application like Visual FoxPro...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Ken Levy's new weblog

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    I've started my own blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/klevy .
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Upcoming What’s New in VFP 9.0 book

    After releasing the public beta of VFP 9.0 with details in the June letter , it was announced that a new book is in the works called New in Nine: Visual FoxPro's Latest Hits .
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Europa tour in Europa

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    I will be in Europe during the second half of June speaking at various events and taking a few days vacation. This is my 10 th trip to Europe over the past 10 years or so and it will certainly be my most adventurous visit. Instead of spending significant...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Office pix

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    I got a pair of posts from people asking me if I favored multiple monitors and what my office looked like. I figured I'd just answer that with a few shots: I'm going to put up more of my posters later and I'll let you know what it looks like...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    The things you love are always the things that will end up hurting you

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    In my case a big fat gaping hole in my knee that was literally gushing blood earlier today. But hey, I caught the disc, got the point and major ultimate brownie points. I'm eschewing the pictures so that the faint of heart won't be too disturbed....
  • Achim Ruopp

    Non-English TV Ads in the US

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    Yesterday in the morning I saw a new Cisco ad on TV advertising their newest color IP phone - in Italian with English subtitles. It seems to be a trend these days to do non-English ads. Does this mean the US becomes more multi-lingual now? Beats me, the...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Close one chapter. Open another?

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    A few days ago, I said that I was considering a big decision (for me) that would simplify my life. After a bit of discussion, my wife and I have decided that we're going to sell our motorcycles (though we may replace them with off-road bikes). This...
  • William Adams' WebLog

    It's that time of the month again!

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    This was the headline on an article I read at “The Register”. It's funny how the mind works. My first thought after I read that was, “hay, Anand Tech probably has the new buyers guide for the mid-range system of the month online now”...
  • Buck Hodges

    Out for the week

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