Free Ebook: Thriving on Less – Simplifying in a Tough Economy
From the introduction:
The recent economic recession has a lot of people worried, about their jobs, their businesses, their homes and their bills. When your income is dropping or in jeopardy and you still have a mountain of bills to pay, things can get pretty scary.
However, tough economic times do not have to be a time of struggles! If you look for the opportunity in the middle of difficulty, as Mr. Einstein suggested, then tough economic times become an opportunity to transform your life.
Table of Contents
1. A Simple Lifestyle
2. Focus on the Essentials
3. Thriving on Less, Not Struggling
4. Focusing on Enough, Not More
5. Make Small Financial Changes First
6. Look at Large Expenses for the Long Term
7. Changing Your Spending Habits
8. A Guide to Getting Out of Debt
9. Tools for a Frugal Life
CodeProject: Beginners Introduction to State Management Techniques in ASP.NET. Free source code and programming help
Recently Code Project started a beginners walkthrough for web development, an initiative for organizing all the information required for web development under one article. I think it will be helpful for beginners to get guidelines for web development. This article is my contribution to the ASP.NET section where I describe the state management techniques and best practices used when developing with ASP.NET.
ergo-online® – Übersicht über die Grundsätze der Dialoggestaltung nach DIN EN ISO 9241-110
Die Bildschirmarbeitsverordnung fordert die Berücksichtigung ergonomischer Grundsätze auch bei Software. Diese software-ergonomischen Grundsätze sind in der für den deutschsprachigen Raum gültigen Norm DIN EN ISO 9241-110 (vorher Teil 10) aufgeführt. Moderne grafische Datenbankanwendungen müssen ebenso wie Internetseiten diese Anforderungen erfüllen.
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Guide to making SharePoint XHTML Compliant
by Zac Smith, 19-Apr-07, 21 Comments
This is intended as a pretty high level overview of how you can get MOSS to validate against the W3C XHTML 1.0 recommendation. The aim of this article is not to explain every intricate detail of getting a MOSS site to be XHTML compliant. However it should demonstrate some techniques to get people started and eventually develop better methods of achieving compliance.
Screen Architect – Home
Screen Architect is a prototyping tool specifically developed to allow rapid prototyping of user interfaces.
Screen Architect is a plug-in to the popular UML CASE tool Enterprise Architect allowing traceability between screen elements and the underlying analysis model.
It has easy to use functionality, seamless integration with Enterprise Architect and offers great value for money.
Design for Developers
A few years ago I had the opportunity to sit down with a designer possessed of a rare talent. We were both part of the same team and he was creating some UI elements that I was to wire up. As I sat there (in awe) watching him work I realized that much of his considerable skill was rooted in fundamentals not unlike the art of programming. Of course, there are design skills that are intuitive that can’t be „learned.“ But, that can also be said of the logical clarity found in a really elegant data model or a brilliant inheritance tree. I am certainly no designer, but I have observed the more creative among us for several years and have gained some insight into their world. In this article I’ll share some basic principles that can help raise your design acumen and improve the experience of your users.
SharePoint Central Administration: High Availability, Load Balancing, Security & General Recommendations
I keep getting sandbagged by folks on the topic of the SharePoint Central Administration (SPCA) application, and there is still considerable confusion about how SPCA should be best deployed within a farm topology, how to make it “Highly Available” and “Secure”. Most of the queries are around what I do in my deployments and what recommendations I have for SPCA. Therefore this article covers these topics along with some additional discussion and general recommendations.
Hakan Eren’s blog : Using huge files with SharePoint
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