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Virtual Machine
21 Jan 2007   Updated: 21 Jan 2007   Rating: 3.33/5    Votes: 19   Popularity: 4.26
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The goal of this article will take you through the process of creating a Vista Sidebar Gadget for the first time
Database Development
SQL Server
3 Jan 2007   Updated: 12 Jan 2007   Rating: 4.84/5    Votes: 58   Popularity: 8.26
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Defining (rather loosely) ad hoc queries as SQL commands built as strings by an SQL client application and submitted to SQL Server.
4 Mar 2007   Updated: 4 Mar 2007   Rating: 4.77/5    Votes: 13   Popularity: 5.32
Licence: CPOL    Views: 99,134     Bookmarked: 52   Downloaded: 0
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Understanding how the SQL Server and CLR security models work together to keep your database secure
Programming Languages
27 Feb 2007   Updated: 6 Jun 2007   Rating: 4.77/5    Votes: 23   Popularity: 6.31
Licence: CPOL    Views: 279,890     Bookmarked: 88   Downloaded: 801
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Provide array functionality in SQL Server using T-SQL or the CLR
Web Development
24 Jul 2006   Updated: 24 Jul 2006   Rating: 3.76/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 2.63
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Create a service which monitors database availability and server performance which can be used from an ASP.NET web application to determine the most available connection.

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Web Developer STG Utah
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Mark is a jock turned geek who has been programming since early 2000 where he stumbled on excel macros and dug down to discover VBA. Since 2001 he has been working for where he can be a geek who writes web applications for jocks. He has been using C# and ASP.Net since 2002.

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