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  • My SQL Azure presentation from Azure Summit available here

    Azure Summit in Stockholm was a two day event filled with great presentations about the Azure Platform. I think people are now beginning to understand that the cloud will change our businesses a lot! 15 years ago not many understood the real potential of internet and now we are connected everywhere....
    Posted to Johan Åhlén (Weblog) by jahlen on Tue, Nov 30 2010
  • Put to the question

    After Richard Seroter and the guys visit to Stockholm I ended up being given the 4 questions. They are here . The complete, always entertaining, categorized series is here . Richard notes in the introduction to the questions that I am a passable ship captain, which probably relates to the archipelago...
  • I've started twittering

    I've decided it's finally time for me to start twittering. I'm usually not the kind of guy who lags behind when new technologies come, but I must admit I thought it a bit overkill to have more than one place (my blog) to write. Now I have given in to the pressure... J You'll find me on...
    Posted to Johan Åhlén (Weblog) by jahlen on Sun, Oct 3 2010
  • Cross Reference notes

    This isn’t a really deep how-to technical post, it’s more in the way of “note to self”. Sample Database Diagram (relations do not actually exist in BizTalkMgmtDb, I added them for visualization).   Sample Cross-Reference Files.   Firing the BTSXRefImport tool Actual tables in BizTalkMgmtDb...
  • Minesweeper in T-SQL

    Who said that coding T-SQL should not be fun? Minesweeper is a real old classic (that's still being shipped with Windows). Truly creative of Auke Teeninga to implement Minesweeper in T-SQL... Keep on playing!
    Posted to Johan Åhlén (Weblog) by jahlen on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Preparing for PDC 09

    I’ll be there. I’m happy about it. The sessions looks promising, although I have to say that the functionality of the website as far as scheduling goes really blows. There it no way to visualize your schedule, and no way to export it to your outlook calendar or even to something like Excel. That I’ve...
  • LiveMeeting presentation tools

    I just finished delivering the last of the modules of 6461A: Visual Studio 2008: Windows Communication Foundation, through a mix of on-premises and distance delivery, for a group of roughly 30 people. All that’s left is a little wrap up. Previously on Windows Vista I’ve had my A2DP bluetooth headset...
  • Does everyone need to be the one that chooses?

    Johan Lindfors and Patrik Löwendahl did a duoblog titled “ Everybody wants choices but nobody wants to make a choice ” where they wrote about the growing opinion that software development and .net framework is getting to complex. It was later commented by Johan Hedberg among others. It’s a very relevant...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Tue, Oct 13 2009
  • Doesn’t everyone want to be the one that chooses?

    Lazy? Perhaps. But bad? Unfair! IT departments and consulting companies alike are not populated by bad developers, or lazy developers, or impassionate for that matter. The word passionate is appropriate for developers or architects that do keep in sync with all the new choices available to us. Pragmatic...
  • 99 bottles of beer

    The website 99 bottles of beer shows how to write the lyrics of the song, with the same name, in about 1300 different programming languages. I've now made a contribution written in SQL. Here's the lyrics of the song: 99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer. Take one down and pass it...
    Posted to Johan Åhlén (Weblog) by jahlen on Fri, Oct 9 2009
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