User Ed - The blog of Ed Price, Customer Program Manager

User Ed is a Microsoft blog written by a Customer Program Manager, Ed Price. Ed enjoys Customer Engagement, Experience Design, TechNet Wiki, and general education around Microsoft products.

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  • Blog Post: T-SQL Guru - Dynamic Pivot on Multiple Columns

    Naomi N is our TechNet Guru for May! See more about the Technology Guru TechNet Wiki for May contest. She had two winning articles. Here is one: T-SQL: Dynamic Pivot on Multiple Columns And here's an excerpt from the article: The problem of transposing rows into columns is one of the most...
  • Blog Post: Where can you find MSDN and TechNet Forum Support?

    Today's featured Article: MSDN and TechNet Forum Support Forum Issues Forum Click here for the Forums Issues forum . The Forum Issues forum is for submitting bugs and discussing current Forum issues. Possible "answers" include solutions, getting the bug logged to the product team, and/or...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Forum Support

    Today's Wiki article is... MSDN and TechNet Forum Support Forum Issues Forum Click here for the Forums Issues forum . This forum is for submitting bugs and discussing current Forum issues. Possible "answers" include solutions, getting the bug logged to the product team, and/or links to other...
  • Blog Post: Should you self-propose an answer in an MSDN forum?

    Authoring on TechNet Wiki can be fun because you can write about anything Microsoft related, including Microsoft Forums: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/whether-or-not-you-should-self-propose-an-answer-in-an-msdn-or-technet-forum.aspx I created this list of pros and cons...
  • Blog Post: How to Embed SQL Server Express in an Application

    Today's featured TechNet Wiki article can be found here . It was originally authored by Larry Franks . =============== Which Edition of SQL Server Express to Use There are several editions of SQL Server Express, from a database only install to database, advanced services, and manageability tools...
  • Blog Post: Solicited Content (remember Clippy? now forget him)

    This is Day 3 of 30 Days of Integrated Assistance . So now that we’ve established that no help is the best kind and that your elevator is a labyrinth of Integrated Assistance solutions (IAS), I’d like to divide the types of IAS and Help in half (I’ll use other divisions later). ...
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