Blog: November 2012

Get Smart Online

By Martin Schaeferle

Many people function under the belief system that if you are not good with computers, you are simply not technologically inclined, and you will never be able to learn.

This blog entry was originally posted November 30, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

C# Video MVC HTML5


SQL Server Processors & Security Options

By Don Kiely

SQL Server 2012 supports multiple processors if they are available on the server.

This blog entry was originally posted November 30, 2012 by Don Kiely

SQL Server Security


The 411 on SharePoint 2010

By Martin Schaeferle

Sharepoint is a program which was created and introduced by Microsoft more than ten years ago.

This blog entry was originally posted November 29, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

SharePoint Video


Installing Multiple Instances of SQL on a Single Computer

By Don Kiely

One of the most powerful features of SQL Server is the ability to install multiple instances of the SQL Server relational database engine on a single computer.

This blog entry was originally posted November 28, 2012 by Don Kiely

SQL Server


SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT): A Great Set of Tools for Database Dev

By Don Kiely

Microsoft introduced a new set of database development-oriented tools in SQL Server 2012, called SQL Server Data Tools.

This blog entry was originally posted November 26, 2012 by Don Kiely

SQL Server Visual Studio


Finding SQL Server Problems

By Don Kiely

The Activity Monitor in SQL Server 2012 gives you a view into the current activity in the SQL Server instance.

This blog entry was originally posted November 21, 2012 by Don Kiely

SQL Server


SQL Object Search Box: Finding a Needle in a Haystack Made Easy

By Don Kiely

A medium sized database can easily have hundreds or thousands of objects, and large databases can have even more.

This blog entry was originally posted November 19, 2012 by Don Kiely

SQL Server


Windows 8 Progress Controls

By Ken Getz

XAML provides two controls specifically meant to indicate active progress, as some activity is running, to the user.

This blog entry was originally posted November 19, 2012 by Ken Getz

Windows 8 Apps Windows 8 XAML


Creating State Handling Markup with XAML

By Ken Getz

When you create an application, your goal (besides ensuring that the application does what it needs to do) is to make sure that it looks good, and works well.

This blog entry was originally posted November 15, 2012 by Ken Getz

XAML Windows 8 Windows 8 Apps


The Magic of HTML

By Martin Schaeferle

When people first began working with HTML, it seemed like magic.

This blog entry was originally posted November 14, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

HTML5 Video C# C++ HTML


XAML Hierarchy of Resources

By Ken Getz

In XAML, every element maintains its own resources collection, and also has access to the resources collection of its parent elements.

This blog entry was originally posted November 13, 2012 by Ken Getz

XAML Windows 8 Windows 8 Apps


We're Excited to Bring You: LearnNowPlus!

By Craig Jensen

It's an exciting time at LearnNowOnline - for us and for you!

This blog entry was originally posted November 09, 2012 by Craig Jensen


Placing XAML Controls Onto the Grid

By Ken Getz

One of XAML's most important features is its ability to create hierarchies of controls; that is, the ability to nest controls inside other controls.

This blog entry was originally posted November 06, 2012 by Ken Getz

Windows 8 XAML Windows 8 Apps


Creating Dynamic Properties in XAML

By Ken Getz

Usually, the standard XAML property syntax provides the functionality you need.

This blog entry was originally posted November 05, 2012 by Ken Getz

Video Windows 8 Apps XAML Windows 8


Windows 8: The App Lifecycle

Excerpt by Ken Getz

You may have noticed that none of the built-in Windows 8 applications provide any means of shutting down.

This course excerpt was originally posted November 01, 2012 from the online courseware Windows 8 Using XAML, Part 01: Introduction to Apps by Ken Getz

Windows 8 Windows 8 Apps


SharePoint 2010 for Advancement

By Martin Schaeferle

The SharePoint program, launched by Microsoft eleven years ago, is now used by more than 75% of all Fortune 500 companies in the world.

This blog entry was originally posted November 01, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

C++ Video C# SharePoint