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I’m in the process of finishing up a presentation for the Central Ohio .NET Developers Group, and this got me to thinking about how I structure my presentations. Luckily, right around the time I was musing on this subject I ran across Jeff Atwood’s article Who Needs Talent ...
As I mentioned last week, there is still time to get register and come down for PASS MN’s second annual Ask the Experts Panel discussion. The panel will be available to answer questions and help move the conversation along for all attendees.
I blogged a few weeks ago about creating Local Cubes with XMLA and ascmd.exe, and that is pretty cool, works great. There are some snags though if you use a server that is 64 bit. You can’t connect to the local cubes via .NET, Excel, or any other ...
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