August 2007 Blog Posts
Remember the good old hello world program? Ahh the first program any teacher in any type of programming course would assign was good old Hello World. But as students / new developers we were excited! Wow my first program and I got it to say Hello World and it displayed it right on my screen. "Just take a look" you'd say to the student next to you, I even included the header iostream.h.
How did our young minds go from writing programs like Hello World to robust database applications in the .net framework? Do you ever wonder how your mind...
Count me in this year again!
I had an excellent time last year and met some real cool folks.
I'll be in the visual studio asp.net conference along with the reporting services seminars. Bring your RS questions if you have any.
Here's some pics from last years: http://jhermiz.googlepages.com/devconnections2006
I wonder if Isaac Stubbs is still cruising in that motorcycle he won?? If you've never been to devconnections before then now is the time to go. Tell your boss you need to attend www.devconnections.com. You get a free copy of MS Visual Studio 2k8...you can easily make a case to your boss about going. Most of...
Its been 10 years since I graduated high school so when this Math problem came up I had to look twice. My bro was given a little algebra puzzle which I helped him with. After finishing it up I decided to write it all up and ask fellow co-workers (without giving them answers of course) this same problem.
Whether they could do it or not I didn't really care..I just wanted an answer...any answer. It is amazing from our IT staff that rarely anyone got it right. How did folks who got MBAs in MI and BS degrees in various other...
Setting default dates in reporting services can be tricky. Click here to learn how.
Learn how to pull a sharepoint site's list data from SQL Server, click here for more info.
Learn how to pull data from the Reporting Services database.
Learn how to create report templates in Microsoft Reporting Services 2005.
Learn how to pull data from SAP from a .net application and load it into sql server.
Read here for more info.
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