A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T.
Feature link: Windows XP Patch
Microsoft will still patch Windows XP for a select group, Gregg Keizer
When Will the Golden Age of “The Developer” End?, Antonin Januska
Visual Studio Tips: Copy & paste tricks, Susan Ibach
Episode 113 - Introduction to the Visual Studio 2013
Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook - Being a programmer, I love technology related books. (Any programmer that doesn't read is flawed. Sorry, it's a fact, you will never grow.) I try to read as often as I can. I enjoy reading on-line, easily digestible content and therefore
Promoting Dev Skills shouldn't be a problem for great developers, right? Well I can promise you that Luke Clum highlights a few points you probably haven't thought of. His 8 tips on promoting your dev skills is essential for any developer seeking to increase his or her 'street cred'.
The last two weeks I have been developing an application that creates Sales Orders from a web interface. The application is used to return damaged watches and sunglasses to the repair centre.
It creates a Sales Order entry in SYSPRO and makes use of various custom fields to store data not available
With the release of Visual Studio 2010 came support to package up your ASP.NET Web Application. This also packages dependencies like the web.config, databases etc. An administrator can then import the created package via the Import Application option in IIS Manager. When I first read about this option, I thought