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  • NWATechFest 2010 Agenda is complete and registration is now open

    It is with great pleasure that I am announcing the newest city to host a TechFest event - Rogers, Arkansas! The North West Arkansas area has a thriving Developer and IT Pro community. Not to mention it is home to the *Fortune 1* company in the world. Facilities to hold this first event were very difficult to come by economically, but we've found ...
  • Aspose.Total for Reporting Services Q3 2008 Released

    Aspose.Total for Reporting Services Q3 2008 release includes many new and improved features in this suite of Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Rendering Extensions. Now you can export RDL reports to multiple file formats like DOC, DOCX, HTML, RTF, WordML, PDF, PPT, PPS, XLS, XLSX and SpreadsheetML. You can also add 29 linear and 2D barcode ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by aspose_seo on October 8, 2008
  • Hedge Fund Junior Programmer Analyst

    Your professional profile indicates you may have experience or know someone with experience relevant to the following position. I was hoping you might be interested or be willing to forward this email to an associate who could benefit from this ...
    Posted to Career Development (Forum) by JHSMergis on September 24, 2008
  • Microsoft releases SQL Server 2008

    Look no further: " REDMOND, Wash. — Aug. 6, 2008 — Microsoft Corp. today announced the release to manufacturing of Microsoft SQL Server 2008, the new version of the company’s acclaimed data management and business intelligence platform. This ...
    Posted to Joteke's Blog (Weblog) by joteke on August 6, 2008
  • Repairing SQL 2005 Business Intelligence Studio after uninstalling VS2005

    I've lately crushed on SQL2005's business intelligence. See, it's nice to learn the greatest features of a product when new version is almost out there. :-) Well, as probably many others, I almost instantly uninstalled VS2005 after VS2008 was in RTM and running on my machine. Of course, because I also had ...
    Posted to Joteke's Blog (Weblog) by joteke on May 16, 2008
  • Microsoft Cloud Services

    One of the quietly announced (at MIX - WMV here) new things coming from Microsoft ''soon'' is SQL Server Data Services (SSDS).  The SSDS team has a blog on MSDN.  Ryan Dunn discussed it with me recently and also has been blogging about it.  Last week he announced the release of PhluffyFotos, a sample site built on top of SSDS.  ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on April 16, 2008
  • Did you know Red Gate gives SQL Log Rescue for free?

    I thought I mention this, since these types of tools are rarely needed, but when they are, they are also seriously saving your ass. :-) SQL Log Rescue is basically undo tool which analyzes transaction logs of your SQL Server database and allows you to undo and redo transactions. You can for example restore the 100 million rows you ...
    Posted to Joteke's Blog (Weblog) by joteke on March 21, 2008
  • Add dynamic tables, matrix & report columns in SSRS Word documents

    Aspose.Words for Reporting Services is a rendering extension for Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008 Reporting Services (32 bit & 64 bit). It allows you to export your RDL reports to flow layout documents and provides comprehensive support for exporting them to DOCX, DOC, RTF and WordprocessingML formats. All RDL report features including ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by aspose_seo on March 16, 2008
  • Use Unit Test Framework to Test Production DB Consistency

    For Lake Quincy Media's AdSignia Ad Server, I wanted to be able to ensure that the database had some internal logic rules checked periodically.  What kinds of rules?  Well, probably an example would be best.  Suffice to say up front, though, that we're talking about more than NOT NULL or enforcing referential integrity.  For ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on February 22, 2008
  • Stored Procedure Performance Varies Between ADO.NET and Management Studio

    I ran into this very annoying issue earlier this week, that my buddy and SQL guru Gregg Stark was able to track down for me.  I have a fairly intense XtraReport report that gets its data from a stored procedure.  When I run that stored procedure in SQL Management Studio, it returns in less than a second.  When I run it on my web ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on February 15, 2008
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