Microsoft will release on Tuesday guidelines for developers building online applications and for those utilizing the Agile code-development process.
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Adding and removing constraints from an existing SQL Server database table is performed using the ALTER TABLE statement.
The following statement is an example of adding a primary key constraint to the Account table:
ALTER TABLE [Account] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_Account] PRIMARY KEY( AccountId )
SSV of Germany has launched two x86-compatible, Debian Linux-based embedded development kits equipped with access to Amazon's S3 cloud services.
After an adequate result has been achieved in the cyclical phase, the project enters the follow-up phase.
I love the ability to have recent files listed and various shortcuts for documents of an application pinned to a program’s taskbar icon in Windows 7. I had shortcuts to Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2005 pinned to the taskbar, but unfortunately, when you right click the taskbar icons you don’t get access to the most recently used solutions and projects - you only get the most recently used files. You can’t even manually pin solutions or projects to them. There is, however, a workaround!
The T-Mobile / Sidekick Fiasco: don't blame cloud computing.
“It is not about working software. It is not about your preferred working process. It is not about user stories. It is not only about your customer or user. It is all about delivering, to your set of Stakeholders, value improvements to them, to what they care about, what makes their world better, within agreeable, minimum or pre-determined costs. If that is not the main focus, if that is not clear to everyone on the team, you will eventually loose! If your methods are not focusing on delivering that value, as todays most popular Agile methods are not, they will fail to deliver, they will become last years fad.”
One of the project managers of an ERP implementation company got himself into a tight corner. He found himself in a tough situation where an already ‘mutually sealed’ project scope asked for one or two new requirements (or changes in the existing functionality) from the client everyday while implementation.
Words were uttered by Stuart, an internal consultant for a large company. He wanted me to work with him to promote a stronger project management culture within the business.
During a recent project management training course (a refresher day) someone asked what would others do when a project team member breaks a leg and is likely to be off for at least 4 months?