(Abhishek Chadha) This article shows you the power of jQuery. As you all know, jQuery increases the developer’s productivity by simplifying the DOM manipulation.
(Grant Fritchey) At a recent all-day seminar on query performance tuning I was asked a question that I didn’t know the answer to: “How do join hints affect adaptive joins?”
(blobeater) When I was presenting my Azure SQL Database session at DataRelay (used to be SQLRelay) I was asked (over coffee) about auto scaling capabilities.
(Kenneth Fisher) No, I’m not talking about that nightmare everyone has where a bunch of strings are chasing you across a loom.
(Chris Webb) This is going to sound obscure, and it is, but recently I’ve been using the #table() intrinsic function in M a lot – specifically the version that takes a table type as its first parameter (as I describe here) – and because it’s a bit of a pain to have to write the M code for a table […]
(Joe Pluta) Recently, I ran into a very strange situation where a process that had been working flawlessly just stopped dead. The specifics of the case had to do with creating a new file in the IFS and then not being able to delete it or even read it.
(Dustin Marx) An interesting question was posed in a comment on the DZone-syndicated version of my recent blog post, “Arrays.hashCode() Vs. Objects.hash().”
(Diogo Souza) CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) allows developers to segregate data modification from selecting data.
(K. Scott Allen) Previously, we looked at some folders to include in your source code repository. One folder I didn’t mention at the time is a deployment folder.
(Ben Nadel) This past week, I started noodling on how to use recursion in an Angular application. And, instead of reaching directly for a component-based solution, I first took at look at implementing recursive views using the Ng-Template directive.