Microsoft Sql Server 2008 R2 System Databases

by DNB 31. December 2013 01:01
For a majority of software developers little time is spent understanding the inner workings of the database management systems (DBMS) they use to store data for their applications. I personally place myself in this grouping. In my case, I have used various versions of Microsoft’s SQL Server (2000, 2005, and 2008 R2) and just recently learned how valuable they really are when I was preparing to deliver a lecture on "SQL Server 2008 R2, System Databases". [More]

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@CodeStock 2012 Review: Rob Gillen ( @argodev ) - Anatomy of a Buffer Overflow Attack

by DNB 28. June 2012 19:50
Honestly, this talk was over my head due to my lack of knowledge of low level programming, and I think that most of the other attendees would agree. However I did get the basic concepts that we was trying to get across. [More]

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General | IT Security | Review

@CodeStock 2012 Review: Jay Harris ( @jayharris ) - XCopy is Dead: .Net Deployment Strategies that Work

by DNB 28. June 2012 19:39
This talk focused on new technologies built in to deployment packaging through Visual Studios 2010. Jay showed various methodologies in deploying web sites, and focused on features specifically for Visual Studios 2010. [More]

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@CodeStock 2012 Review: Leon Gersing ( @Rubybuddha ) - "You"

by DNB 28. June 2012 19:32
I honestly had no idea what I was getting in to when I sat down in to this session. I basically saw the picture of the speaker and knew that it would be a good session. I was completely wrong; it was the BEST SESSION of CodeStock 2012. In fact it was so good, I texted another coworker attending the conference to get over and listen to Leon. [More]

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Career Development | Review

CodeStock 2012 Review: Michael Eaton( @mjeaton ) - 3 Simple Things for Increased Productivity

by DNB 28. June 2012 00:59
This was the first time I had seen Michael Eaton speak but have hear a lot of really good things about his speaking abilities. Needless to say I was really looking forward to his session. He basically addressed the topic of distractions and how they can decrease or increase your productivity as a developer. He makes the case that in order to become more productive you must block/limit all distractions. For example, he covered his top distractions as a developer. [More]

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Career Development | General | Information Technology Managment | Review

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