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Shaun,

On the 9th Sep, the SQL Azure team announced that the new version of SQL Azure had just been release. In this version not only the SQL Azure engine had been upgraded, the SQL Azure Management Portal had ...

Thomas Canter,

Back in 1980 or so, I attended the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Training and in January, after nearly two years of training, I was stationed on the USS Bremerton (SSN 698) and after another year of training ...

Jeff Julian,

To start, I love Red Gate Software’s Tools. I have loved them since the first time I started using SQL Backup and SQL Compare when I first started Geekswithblogs.net. I think they create quality products ...

MarkPearl,

Having worked with TFS & SVN for a while now, I recently was put in a position where I had to get up to speed with Git. My only experience with Git up to now was attending a brief presentation on the ...

andrewbrust,

There are plenty of posts and articles out there that provide retrospectives of, and pay homage to, Steve Jobs’ tenure as Apple CEO. I’m not an expert on Apple or Jobs, and this is not one of those posts. ...

Chris Gardner,

It appears I stumbled upon a hidden IE8 "feature." Unfortunately, this was an intentional feature. Let me set the stage. I am currently working on the advanced version of the table I posted about last ...

Mark Treadwell,

For a period of time, I have access to both an MSDN and a TechNet subscription. Both offer Microsoft software for download. I wondered what the similarities and differences were between the two subscriptions. ...

Robert May,

Recently, I gave a presentation on Flow at Agile Executives. It was a fun meeting and a fun topic and lead to several realizations on my part. First, when Alistair Cockburn is in the audience, I get a ...