Starting on Monday 2nd October, I ran a Dexterity Fundamentals 5 day bootcamp class for GPUG Academy.
Hello from Nashville, Tennessee, USA, the “Home of Country Music” and location of this year’s Dynamics Communities User Group Summit which includes GPUG Summit along with the UGs for the other Dynamics products.
I have already been in town for a week as I came in on Friday 29th September in preparation for the Dexterity Bootcamp training which started on Monday 2nd October.
A few days ago, the company that 40 years ago invented the “hook and loop” fastening, Velcro, released a funny video begging people to stop calling the fastening “Velcro” regardless of who actually made it.
They are trying to address the issue where the name of one of the most popular brands for a product becomes synonymous with the product itself. This becomes a problem as it is difficult to maintain a trademark when everyone is misusing the brand name. There is a legal ruling about not being keep a trademark that has become part of the common language.
I am a great fan of James Veitch, you might remember his videos and presentations on how he deals with spam emails. There are not many people who can get email spammers and scammers to beg him to stop emailing them.
If you have not seen James in action, check out his YouTube Channel: James Veitch.
Well, if they are not trying to write perfect code, they should be.
So, what is perfect code? One would hope it is code that functions as it was designed to. Even better if there are actual documented specifications and the software looks and behaves as described in the specifications.
The email appears to come from the Office 365 Team, telling you that your Mailbox is almost full and offering to add additional quota to your storage.
When Dexterity was first implemented on SQL Server for version 3.15, there was a number of decisions made on how to map the datatypes, fields and tables designed for ISAM platforms such as Ctree and Btrieve/Pervasive SQL to work on SQL Server.
One of the decisions was how to map the individual date and time control types to work with the datetime datatype in SQL Server.