September 2004 - Posts
Yesterday we had the first MS SQL Server 2005 event from the SQL Server Usergroup Austria Summeracademy (http://academy.sqlexperts.at). It was a full success, many of our members had for the first time in their lifes the chance to use a Microsoft SQL Server 2005. We did many Hands On Labs with topics like T-SQL Enhancements, XML, .NET Integration and SMO.
Chris wrote a report about this: http://chrison.net/PermaLink,guid,ed9bff9a-39e9-4ee4-9e24-6792ff390997.aspx
Stay tuned for future events and join the SQL Server Usergroup Austria (http://www.sqlexperts.at)
Open your favorite .NET application, then close your eyes and try using the program. Tough, isn't it? But that's what using your applications may be like for disabled computer users. As a responsible developer, you can solve this problem by using these techniques to add Active Accessibility features to your application.
My new article called How to Build Accessible Windows Forms Applications with .NET has been released at www.devx.com
You can find it here: http://www.devx.com/dotnet/Article/21755/0
Congrats to the attendees of my MCP Curriculum in Schlieren (Switzerland, near Zürich). All of them passed the exam!