Scott's in Redmond this week and chats with developer Damian Edwards about "Razor," IIS Express, SQL 4 Compact Edition and VS2010 Tooling. ScottGu recently announced all of these cool new developer tools, and folks at Microsoft are actively working on integration with Visual Studio 2010…
Do you have another, yet another, reporting assignment? Is an output requirement PDF format, or Excel, or Word? Do you need built-in printer functions like print preview? See the answers and much more in the Tool Shed Tooltip clip.
What is it?
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services (SSRS)…
Jim O’Neil, Developer Evangelist, closes out his five part series covering topics on SQL Server for developers with an overview of execution plan generation. Using SQL Server Management Studio it’s easy (and fun) to watch how queries are optimized and
thereby get a better insight into…
When AdvancedMD acquired their electronic medical records product, they standardized on SQL Server for their Software-as-a-Service product. Troy Young, Chief Architect at AdvancedMD, explains the decision to Bruce Kyle, ISV Architect Evangelist. AdvancedMD has been a Gold Certified Microsoft…
Learn about Live Services and see how to hook up Virtual Earth to the new SQL 2008 Geospatial support.
What is it?
Windows Live Web Services enable developers, designers, and enthusiasts to quickly create compelling web and desktop applications.
SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 introduces new data visualization controls, Databars, Sparklines and Indicators. In this screen cast we create a report to view sales data from AdventuresWorks database, we visualize the data using the new data visualization
The Code, SQL…
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Declarative Management Framework is a policy-based system for managing one or more instances of SQL Server 2008. In this presentation Bryan has discussed about working of Declarative Management Framework with demo.