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What is so hard about documenting the interfaces? Is it some zany attempt at a competitive advantage, or is it just laziness?
pringles wrote: This Microsoft Dynamics thing scares me. If my clients knew about this application family, I'd be out of a job.
OK, so I don't really have clients yet. But that's my dream; starting a business that builds line of business applications for my clients. And my biggest selling point was gonna be that I am going to become an MCSE, an MCSD and an MCDBA. How am I going to do that when Microsoft itself has something that I couldn't do in my lifetime?
I dunno. It just makes me think I don't have a chance.
Learn about the Dynamics products....
Sven Groot wrote:As a Dutchman, I feel it's my duty to point out that you misspelled Heineken in the title.
WOW! CHARLES WOW! THIS Video showcases the awesomeness that is Channel 9!
Bill uses hotmail and Bill reads engadget! It's good to know that Bill actually gets to explore the same internet that everyone here at channel 9 has access too. That seems almost unreal. I guess the internet is the great equalizer.
Maurits wrote: Molly Brown, Going Deep...
Why am I getting flashbacks of Debbie Reynolds singing "Belly up to the Bar, Boys"...
I don't understand this. My hope is that it is not offensive.