I have always been a big fan of Internet Explorer. I just don’t understand why everyone has this attitude like it’s NOT the worlds most popular browser. I don’t get it. If your website doesn’t look right on the most popular browser you are doing something wrong. It looks like other people are catching on.. […]
I’ve never ever understood.. or appreciated.. why it is that a $1bn company like Firefox for example.. somehow can’t AFFORD to provide enough bandwidth for their users to download. I’ve been using Firefox 4 / 5 for the past couple of months.. and it just drives me crazy. I can’t wait to get easier ‘share […]
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I think it is sad that people actually think that mysql is a replacement for sql server. Anyone who claims that mysql is competitive knows nothing about databases. Sql server is more free than mysql!!! Sql server express is better than any edition of crystal reports! http://www.datamation.com/open-source/67-open-source-replacements-for-really-expensive-applications-1.html
I think I will build a WordPress manager using adp… Just simple reports.. metrics.. I think that there is a lot of room for automatically pushing stuff into WordPress.
Dual processor, dual core.. with 4gb ram.. for only $49. Amazing to me 🙂 Proliant DL385 G1 – $49 (Ballard) Date: 2011-08-15, 1:16PM PDT Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org Hp / Compaq Proliant DL385 G1 Dual Proc AMD Opteron 280 2.4GHz Dual Core 1MB 2P 4GB RAM / Dual RPS / CTO We need to clear these […]
I’ve been using Access Data Projects for 11 years now. I love them more than any other product. What do you like about ADP the most?
I know that there are a lot of SQL Server editions out there.. What is your favorite? Why?
I have used this information hundreds of times.. in order to connect to remote databases using Access Data Projects. I’ll bet that 90% of the Access MVPs don’t know how to do this! http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/linking-to-external-data-sources-in-an-access-project-HA001056337.aspx