by Mike Ehrenberg The emergence of cloud technology represents a significant generational shift in software architecture. Mike will share insights in what customers seek in a move to cloud-delivered software, and how delighting those customers impacts the architecture, design and development of…
Tabular model solutions needs to be production-ready before users can access them. Learn how to administer and secure tabular models, from development and database administration perspectives. [00:59] - Administering Tabular Model[12:59] - Securing Tabular Server[28:54] - Securing Tabular Model
One problem faced by a typical AJAX application is that a partial page update is not added to the history of the Web browser. This means that the browser's Back button does not move back one AJAX step, but moves back one entire document, which is unlikely to be what the user expects. The ASP.NET…
This demo shows how to design a simple SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services report using relational data for analyzing sales information that includes conditional formatting. Presenter: Peter Myers, Mentor, Solid Quality Mentors.
Mary-Jo Foley, one of the most viewed bloggers in the IT industry, dedicated two blog posts to discuss
Live Mesh and
Oslo in the last week. Mary-Jo is also
connecting dots with the new
sessions revealed this week. Gill Cleeren
writes,"It now really cannot be denied anymore: PDC…
Julie Larson-Green, Corporate Vice President Windows Experience at Microsoft, unveiled a fast and fluid new user interface for the upcoming Windows 8 at the company's Build conference earlier today in Anaheim. Larson-Green previewed the new "Metro style" UI including the Start screen.
This is a recording from an MSDN Live Meeting broadcast from the Microsoft Belgium office on January 31, 2012. Abstract Today we all have infinite cloud power at our finger tips, yet a lot is still involved at the architectural level to create highly scalable applications on top of all this power.…
Charles Petzold posted a Flag Effect sample with source code for Silverlight. The image is diced up into many small square
representations of an area of the image that is then transformed in coordination with all of the other elements.