has been blogging his experiences creating a MicroISV, a one man software shop. The dream of many, including myself. His advice to do something that comes easy
might seems like common sense, but to often I think we get caught up in trying to become The Next Great Thing
™ that we overlook how we can use our individual strengths to build something that people want. Phil wants to concentrate on building .Net UI components because that's where he gets the greatest pleasure and focus. I can relate a bit, I find my strengths in the middle-tier and tend to focus on middle-tier components. When it's not a chore and it's enjoyable you know you've hit a sweet spot.
"Placing static headers above row groups is not supported by matrix. You can
use the matrix corner cell to some degree but inevitably your formatting
will not behave correctly."
- Bruce Johnson [MSFT]
No Headers? SSRS is three steps away from getting the Crystal Reports reputation of "difficult to work with" (I'm going lightly today). You better be careful. Stop half-stepping.
Now, the first person that comments below on this topic with lame excuses is gonna get the moose