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Need Admin Tools And Reports For Your SaaS? Build A Separate Site

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In the last year, I’ve used command line tools to run various reports for SignalLeaf. It’s worked out well, but I’ve outgrown the usefulness of these reports. It’s not that the reports themselves are no longer useful – but the format in which they are displayed, and the limited interactivity of them. I need to […] ...(Read whole news on source site)

Fearless Speaking

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“Do one thing every day that scares you.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt I did a deep dive book review. This time, I reviewed Fearless Speaking. The book is more than meets the eye. It’s actually a wealth of personal development skills at your fingertips and it’s a powerful way to grow your personal leadership skills. In fact, there are almost fifty exercises throughout the book. Here’s an example of one of the techniques … Spotlight Technique #1 When you’re overly nervous and anxious as a public speaker, you place yourself
in a ‘third degree’ spotlight.  That’s the name for the harsh bright light police detectives use in days gone by to ‘sweat’ a suspect and elicit a confession.  An interrogation room was always otherwise dimly lit, so the source of light trained on the person (who was usually forced to sit in a hard straight backed chair) was unrelenting. This spotlight is always harsh, hot, and uncomfortable – and the truth is, you voluntarily train it on yourself by believing your audience is unforgiving.  The larger the audience, the more likely you believe that to be true. So...(Read whole news on source site)

How to pass Microsoft Exam 70-487 (Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services) in 30 days

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Before you continue reading this blog post, you need to be aware of the following; This is not a “quick fix” or an “easy solution”.  I have not discovered some secret formula to guarantee you pass with 100% marks every time.  The exam is genuinely challenging and the only way you are going to pass […] The post How to pass Microsoft Exam 70-487 (Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services) in 30 days appeared first on C# .NET Development Blog.

New blog hosting

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As some of you have noticed (and let me know), my old blog hosting provider recently moved off Community Server to WordPress. I figured that as all the links we being broken anyway, now would be a good time to move off msmvps.com anyway. The old posts are still there, but my blog’s new home […]

APress Deal of the Day 26/Jul/2014 - Beginning WebGL for HTML5

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2014/07/26/apress-deal-of-the-day-26jul2014---beginning-webgl-for.aspxToday’s $10 Deal of the Day from APress at http://www.apress.com/9781430239963 is Beginning WebGL for HTML5. “Beginning WebGL for HTML5 quickly gets you up to speed with WebGL and shaders within the browser. You'll learn techniques, frameworks, and tools that will enable increased productivity, better rendering performance, and enhanced realism. ” According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebGL, WebGL is “(Web Graphics Library) is a JavaScript API for rendering interactive 3D graphics and 2D graphics within any compatible web browser without the use of plug-ins. WebGL is integrated completely into all the web standards
of the browser allowing GPU accelerated usage of physics and image processing and effects as part of the web page canvas. WebGL elements can be mixed with other HTML elements and composited with other parts of the page or page background.” ...(Read whole news on source site)

O’Reilly Deal of the day 26/July/2014 - .NET 4.0 Generics

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2014/07/26/orsquoreilly-deal-of-the-day-26july2014---.net-4.0-generics.aspxToday’s half-price E-Book Deal of the Day from O’Reilly at http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9781849690782.do?code=MSDEALhttp://shop.oreilly.com/product/9781849690782.do?code=MSDEAL is .NET 4.0 Generics. (As it is the weekend, this deal will probably be available to early Monday morning.) “Generics were added as part of .NET Framework 2.0 in November 2005. Although similar to generics in Java, .NET generics do not apply type erasure but every object has unique representation at run-time. There is no performance hit from runtime casts and boxing conversions, which are normally expensive..NET offers type-safe versions of every classical data structure and some hybrid ones.”

Code and Rock and Roll

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I am sitting here listening to Stone Sour on Xbox Music (yes, I’m a hard rock/metal fan – always have been). Stone Sour - what an excellent band. Not only because their music rocks, but because their stage performance is amazing. If you ever have the chance I suggest you see them in concert. Don’t bother to go out of your way to see Rob Zombie. His music might be good, but he is flakey and might skip out on a live show in the middle. I say this because I was just at Rock Fest in Cadott, WI and that’s what happened. Stone Sour, despite
the Corey Taylor having a rough throat put on an amazing performance – Corey gave everything he had left to put on a great show. Yes, it was sub-standard in terms of his voice, but it was perhaps the most amazing show I’ve ever seen. Rob Zombie, having a rough throat, did just enough to get paid and then walked off the stage, unwilling to match Stone Sour’s ability to put everything into the performance. Rob Zombie said, in so many words, that he was willing to walk off stage rather than give a sub-standard performance, missing the opportunity to match Taylor’s dedication to his audience. There’s a parallel...(Read whole news on source site)

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