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Category: Book Review
Microsoft IS evil, despite what Ted says, sorry Ted.
To prepare myself for my session Data Visualization Tips & Tricks, I read a few books. In this blog post, I’ll give a short review for each one of them. Information Dashboard Design This book, written by Stephen Few, was the first one I read. And…
This is the most comprehensive look at Windows and SQL Server failover clustering that exists. In this book, Allan Hirt, a clustering expert and Microsoft MVP, lays a solid foundation for all aspects of clustering.
Did you know that you can get your twitter analytics straight from twitter? Here is how you can do it, go to https://ads.twitter.com/, sign in with your twitter username and password. click on the Analytics tab on the tab of the page (see image below…
Yesterday, the following was announced We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites. While the product has a loyal following, over the years usage has declined. So, on…
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