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Owing to my personal experience so far, I can undeniably say that Microsoft Windows products are outstanding. One of the reasons that make them exceptional is their little nifty tricks. For instance, every time I double click myfilename.sql it opens Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). The reason how ...
This Thursday, April 9th, the Columbus chapter of PASS will be meeting at Battelle For Kids(1160 Dublin Rd, Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43215.) There will be several mini-presentations given by local community members covering tips, tricks, and techniques that we use to make our jobs easier on a day ...
There is an upcoming event being hosted by SSWUG on Friday, April 17th. For more details you can click here or go to: https://www.vconferenceonline.com/shows/spring09/sql/s09event.asp And this is also a reminder that the SSWUG vConference is going to take place from April 22nd ...
I’m not a fan of most CRUD generators. The formatting doesn’t match my style, and I usually spend about as much time modifying the generated code as I would spend just writing it from scratch. But there’s been times when I’ve considered using CRUD generators, mainly ...
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