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  • Glen's old blog

    HowTo: Create a SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services Report from a Stored Procedure

    Several folks at my sessions have asked how to create a report in SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services Report Designer based on a stored procedure. Keep in mind, there are some tricky steps if you are using the report wizard. You don't get the opportunity...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Solution Builder Phase 2 Winners

    Back in March we spent a few days reviewing solutions for the second phase of the Solution Builder Asia program. Well I am delighted to say that all that hard work has paid off, and we have a number of winners !!! Winning partners in Round 2 of...
  • .NET Banana

    Looking for a Job in Southern Virginia?

    Venturi Technology Partners is having a Jobs Fair this Thursday, May 13th, from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. They are at 4101 Cox Road, Suite 200, Glen Allen, VA. (That's the Innsbrook area of Richmond.) More info is here . For questions, contact Sharon Veney at ...
  • One Louder

    How to test your Internet visibility

    During last week's SVPMA meeting, we discussed making yourself visible on the Internet. This is an area that I know a lot about (I consider myself a bit of a google user expert) and many people want to become visible to recruiters specifically (or other...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    TechEd Israel 2004

    Just came back from TechEd Israel 2004 where I met with a lot of cool folks. Here's a picture of Jackie Goldstein , Hans Verbeek , Clement Vasters , Myself, and Yosi Taguri . And here is a picture of me with Juval Lowy .
  • Tony Schreiner's Blog

    Getting the flat menus back in Windows XP

    I'm not sure if anybody else has this problem, but after I have used XP for a while the menus seem to revert to an ugly 3D look instead of having the clean, flat border. No amount of tweaking seems to get back the flat menus except going back to the original...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What's wrong with this code, take two...

    Well, my last “What’s wrong with this code” post was such a rollicking good success, I figured I’d do it one more time (I’m SUCH a glutton for punishment). This time, I not only bench checked the code, but I verified that...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    SourceSafe and WinDBG

    [ Updated May 11, 2004 to fix gnarled grammar] If you are interested in automatically retrieving versioned source code files from Visual SourceSafe during a debugging session with WinDBG, just email me your address and I will send you tools and scripts...
  • chadr's skewed perspective

    What not to do!

    Here's a new life lesson for me, one I discovered on or about my 40th birthday: Don't start a blog on the day before a multi-day vacation. I think the lesson can be generalized to: Don't start something in one context right before switching to a different...
  • One Louder

    Alternative to Social

    So lots of time spent discussing the value of social networking software. I'm not a big user, as you know, of the connection features, but do use these tools as leads databases. And I am often challenged by the number of people that I don't know that...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Enums and validation

    We've been talking about enums a bit, in one of those cases where I'm looking into something and I then get a request about that same thing from some other source. Or multiple sources, as it happened this time. Yesterday, I was working on my TechEd...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Second Best

    I hit the water fins first, kicking inward as I touched down to keep myself from dropping completely below the waves. Paul was already in the water, ten or twenty yards away with his bouyancy vest fully inflated, bobbing in the shadow of a cliff wall...
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