Monthly Archives: October 2005

Free Commercial Databases as Far as the Eye Can See

Looks like with Oracle’s recent announcement all of the big names in the commercial database market have free versions that can be used in production environments. There is Sybase ASE Express Edition for Linux, Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, … Continue reading

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DataWindow.Net 2.0 Beta Now Open

Just got word today from Dave Fish with Sybase, Inc. that the Beta for DataWindow.Net 2.0 has just opened. Here is the text of the message and link that Dave posted to the Sybase Newsgroups: ——————————————The Beta program for DataWindow … Continue reading

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Ticketmaster Is Evil

So I broke down and decided to go ahead and attend the Butch Walker show in Atlanta coming up on November 18, 2005. This show will pretty much be the end of his tour and then he’ll be back in … Continue reading

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Come Hear Me Speak At Alabama CodeCamp 2005

I just got word yesterday that I have been accepted to speak at the upcoming Alabama .Net Code Camp in Birmingham, AL on Saturday, October 29, 2005. The topic I’ll be presenting is: Introduction to Creating Installation Packages with Microsoft’s … Continue reading

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The Man, The Myth, The Legend, Butch Walker

One of the feeds I read regularly (Creating Passionate Users) talks about how to get users excited about your product, company, etc.. Excited users tend to share their experiences and stick with you for the long haul. Those that know … Continue reading

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