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 Suppose we have a table “Employee” having column “age” in it. The table “employee” might have a data of different age groups according to their designations. The employee at high levels of post like Project Manager, Managing director etc has different age group when we are comparing it with other junior or senior level employees. You have studied various indexing techniques for random access and better organization of data. By having a context of above scenario; if you have given an option to choose one indexing technique from two below indexes, which you would like to choose that will help to
get optimized results?  §         Clustered index§         Un-clustered/Non-clustered index I have to choose only one technique out of the two and give valid reasons to support my answer.Please help me in detail answer.Thanks
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Success Articles for Work and Life

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"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." -- Winston Churchill I now have more than 300 articles on the topic of Success to help you get your game on in work and life: Success Articles That’s a whole lot of success strategies and insights right at your fingertips. (And it includes the genius from a wide variety of sources including  Scott Adams, Tony Robbins, Bruce Lee, Zig Ziglar, and more.) Success is a hot topic.  Success has always been a hot topic, but it seems to be
growing in popularity.  I suspect it’s because so many people are being tested in so many new ways and competition is fierce. But What is Success? (I tried to answer that using Zig Ziglar’s frame for success.) For another perspective, see Success Defined (It includes definitions of success from Stephen Covey and John Maxwell.) At the end of the day, the most important definition of success, is the one that you apply to you and your life. People can make or break themselves based on how they define success for their life....(Read whole news on source site)

APress Deal of the Day 13/August/2014 - Pro ASP.NET MVC 4

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Originally posted on:’s $10 Deal of the Day from APress at is Pro ASP.NET MVC 4. Adam Freeman is an excellent author and I recommend this book to all my readers. “The ASP.NET MVC 4 Framework is the latest evolution of Microsoft’s ASP.NET web platform. It provides a high-productivity programming model that promotes cleaner code architecture, test-driven development, and powerful extensibility, combined with all the benefits of ASP.NET.”

#1,134 – Localization XV – Localizing Other Content

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You’ll sometimes have content in an application that needs to be localized but is not already present in a XAML file.  Below, a MessageBox uses a hard-coded string. One approach to this is to move the string into a XAML file as a resource and then localize the string when localizing all of the other content in the […]

ASP.NET Web Forms Extensibility: Page Parser Filters

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IntroductionASP.NET includes a valuable yet not well known extension point called the page parser filter. I once briefly talked about it in the context of SharePoint, but I feel a more detailed explanation is in order.A page parser filter is a class with a public parameterless constructor that inherits from PageParserFilter and is registered on the Web.config file, in the pages section, pageParserFilterType attribute. It is called when ASP.NET is compiling a page, the first time it is called, for every page. There can be only one page parser filter per web application.Parser
align="justify">Why is it a parser? Well, it parses – or, better, receives a notification for - every control declared on the markup of a page (those with runat=”server” or contained inside of), as well as all of the page’s directives (<%@ … %>). The control declarations include all of its attributes and properties, the recognized control type and any complex properties that the markup contains. This allows us to do all kinds of crazy stuff:
Inspect, add and remove page directives;
Setting the page’s compilation mode;
Insert or remove controls or text literals dynamically at specific places;
Add/change/remove a control’s...(Read whole news on source site)