Issue: 2001 - Issue 1

  • Issue 1 2001 Editorial Article
  • With the functionality provided by the .NET runtime, building data access components with C# (pronounced "c-sharp") is not difficult.In this article, we discuss how to access ...
  • Imagine the potential of accessing your database without needing to know any specifics about how that data is stored.Imagine the possibility of allowing your DBA the freedom t...
  • Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) is a COM-based set of interfaces that allow you to interact with and manipulate directory service interfaces.That means it's a cool ...
  • Imagine that you need some specific information in your application, such as a shipping rate. You now go to a special "service" search engine and look up the type of service y...
  • In this day and age, Web applications have become the norm. We've even come to the point where many development projects involve Web applications that must be installed on mul...
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking and its associated Developer's Suite provide everything you need for speech recognition:stable ActiveX controls, quality documentation, and end-user "...
  • HTML and XML have made the Internet what it is today, but both technologies are not necessarily tied to the Internet.Quite the contrary! Using HTML in regular Windows applicat...
  • Everything you wanted to know about customers but were too busy coding to ask.Our last column covered negotiating a contract.Assuming you got the contract, it's now time for t...