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  • Kevin Hazzard on LINQ To SQL

    Kevin Hazzard did an outstanding job presenting to the Richmond SQL Server Users Group this evening on LINQ To SQL! I really like the ORM / code generation aspects of this new feature of the .Net Framework 3.5. Seeing it in action made me yearn (a little) for my application developer days. Kevin's VPC crashed a couple hours before his ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on May 8, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: A Sponsor's Case Study

    Introduction I wrote a series of posts recently about the developer community. I started each post with a linked summary of the previous posts, which I will continue here: On Developer Communities...  I hold the following hypotheses about successful, growing, and thriving developer communities: First, you need a team builder.  ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on May 7, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: The Sponsorship Plan

    A Follow-up To My ''On Developer Communities'' Series ... I have received requests about how we approach sponsors for User Group sponsorship. I have posted the Sponsorship Document we sent to potential sponsors in 2008 here. Registration is required. It's my site and I leave you alone... mostly. This will not work ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 25, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: Hangin' Around

    On Developer Communities...  I hold the following hypotheses about successful, growing, and thriving developer communities: First, you need a team builder.  You can run a company like a user group, but the inverse is not always true. Quality always works. People are not resources or assets. Don't go away. Each hypothesis is ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 24, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: People Are People

    On Developer Communities...  I hold the following hypotheses about successful, growing, and thriving developer communities: First, you need a team builder.  You can run a company like a user group, but the inverse is not always true. Quality always works. People are not resources or assets. Don't go away. Each hypothesis is ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 23, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: Quality is Job Zero

    On Developer Communities...  I hold the following hypotheses about successful, growing, and thriving developer communities: First, you need a team builder.  You can run a company like a user group, but the inverse is not always true. Quality always works. People are not resources or assets. Don't go away. Each hypothesis ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 22, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: You Can Tune A Piano But You Can't Tuna Fish

    On Developer Communities...  I hold the following hypotheses about successful, growing, and thriving developer communities: First, you need a team builder.  You can run a company like a user group, but the inverse is not always true. Quality always works. People are not resources or assets. Don't go away. Each hypothesis is ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 21, 2008
  • On Developer Communities: The Team Builder

    Introduction  One take-away from the MVP Summit last week is: We're doing some pretty cool stuff in the Richmond (Virginia) Developer Community. I attended a breakout session on Developer Communities and found the room divided into roughly two groups: Those who were active in a thriving local developer community Those wanted to ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 20, 2008
  • ETL and SSIS Questions and Answers

    I've started a community website for ETL and SSIS: AndyETL.com. My hope is the site will become an additional repository for ETL and SSIS information. :{> Andy
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on March 28, 2008
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