Blog: January 2014

Microsoft SharePoint: Custom Styles

Excerpt by Doug Ware

Themes are sufficient for scenarios that require only the application of colors, but to exercise total control over styling you must create and use custom style sheets.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 31, 2014 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware


Windows Presentation Foundation Using Visual C# 2010: The Resources Dictionary

Excerpt by Ken Getz and Robert Green

Every element in your application provides a Resources property (this includes every control and container), which is actually a Dictionary in which the key is a string, and the value is a resource.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 09, 2014 from the online courseware Windows Presentation Foundation Using Visual C# 2010 by Ken Getz and Robert Green


SQL 2012: Aggregates

Excerpt by Don Kiely

One of the more exciting types of SQLCLR code modules is custom aggregates.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 08, 2014 from the online courseware SQL 2012 Developer, Part 06 of 13: Advanced SQL CLR by Don Kiely

SQL ServerSQL Developer


SharePoint Client Object Model - Microsoft SharePoint

Excerpt by Doug Ware

A typical SharePoint site contains much information that is potentially useful to other systems.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 06, 2014 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

SharePointSharePoint Development


Radio Button Control - Visual C#

Excerpt by Robert Green and Ken Getz

The RadioButton control works much like the CheckBox control-it provides the same properties, and the same events.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 03, 2014 from the online courseware Windows Presentation Foundation Using Visual C# 2010 by Robert Green and Ken Getz

C#WPF


Isolation Levels and Transactions - Microsoft SQL

Excerpt by Don Kiely

An isolation level defines how much a transaction is isolated from changes made by other, concurrent transactions.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 01, 2014 from the online courseware SQL 2012 Developer, Part 08 of 13: Advanced T-SQL Queries by Don Kiely

SQL DeveloperSQL Server