Monthly Archives: June 2006

Row and Cell Level Security In SQL Server

I am back after my brief travelling I have some good posts sitting in word just about ready to go and they should be posted over the next few days .. For those who are interested I have been in … Continue reading 

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For loop follow up (Disagreeing with Richter?!)

Ok, I have received about a dozen emails in regard to my last post An in depth look at for loops basically telling me that “I am wrong because Richter says so”.  These emails have used two points of reference … Continue reading 

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An in depth look at for loops

My last two posts have been about Performance Measurement and Viewing Unmanaged Code in VS.NET, these posts while rather interesting have really been to set us up for the this discussion. If you have not read these posts you may … Continue reading 

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Performance Measurement

I promise this is the last ground laying post before I move on to something of consequence but I wanted to get this post out so I can reference it in the future as this will be the test bed … Continue reading 

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Howdy and Viewing Unmanaged Code in VS.NET

  An obligatory bit about me (skip this paragraph to get to real information) … I am an independent consultant from Atlanta Georgia. I live here with my girlfriend Laura and our two dogs Machiavelli (a Neapolitan Mastiff) and Margeaux … Continue reading 

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