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SSW Update - Do you know how to best manage your dead time?

Tech Breakfast

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SSW Tech Breakfast Combining Exchange Data, SQL Data and SQL Reporting Services
Come see a code packed session that will show how to extend the out-of-the box features of Reporting Services. Everyone who has an Exchange Server 2000/2003 should be reporting on it but nobody does. Following this, we will explore the creation of a real Reporting Services solution. You will learn about the important issues of security, data access, rendering, and delivery. We will also discuss the deployment issues of an application that requires Reporting Services. Sample code is provided so you can use this useful solution.
Friday 2nd April.
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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Boost Your Productivity with the best of Microsoft's .NET Application Blocks
All developers need exception management and all developers need to store settings. Microsoft has included these two code sets called: Application Blocks to address these tasks. They are ready to use but some important functionality has been forgotten. Come see how they have been extended, ready for you to insert them straight into your applications.
Friday 23rd April.
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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The Cutting Edge

G'day Developers!
Everyone in business is guilty of wasting time, be they the receptionist right through to the CEO. However, for a company to get the most value from an employees time they need to implement standards to minimise this 'dead time'. It's all about taking advantage of those moments when you're not in the office but you have a couple of moments to spare. More on Rules to Managing Dead Time
Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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Sydney .NET User Group - The best place to learn .NET for free in Sydney

Sydney .NET User Group 17th March, 2004
User group

This month Adam will be speaking on the exciting topic of OLAP and has defined 'The 10 Rules to Better OLAP Cubes'. These rules will cover some cool OLAP Clients and Utilities, plus will look at the new MOSA for Balanced Scorecards and OLAP Reporting. As usual all attendees will receive complementary pizza and soft drink. Hope to see you this Wednesday night! Please note that we will be taking registrations from 6:00pm, and aiming for a 6:30pm start.

Wednesday 17th March. 6:00 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road North Ryde
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SSW Software Audit

Companies from across the globe have been taking advantage of SSW's software Audit Services. The common message that is received from clients is that getting their software built in-house can sometimes lead to a failure to identify design flaws and architectural insufficiencies. They need an unbiased second opinion from a knowledgeable source that can make recommendations to improve the quality of their software. More on SSW software audits

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SSW Data PRO! records every change made to your Access backend. When the new front end is installed at the client site, the backend will automatically be upgraded with the changes you made. Never be out of sync again! SSW Data PRO! is available for Access 97, 2000 and 2002. More on SSW Data PRO!


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