The Daily Grind 47. Ah, the nectarine tree is in bloom, the asparagus is pushing up (yum!), and it didn't get below freezing last night. It's days like this that I remember exactly why it is that I retired from the flying-around-the-country-and-consulting-and-speaking ratrace. If I ever make enough money to retire, this Internet connection goes too. Meanwhile, though, I'm still cruising around as I work. ... [Larkware News]
Gunderloy's a freakin' stud. I appreciate the Daily Grind more than my daily breakfast of Diet Pepsi and Smarties. Keep up the great service Mike, every Daily Grind (especially this one) makes me more productive.
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Here's a great piece of work off GotDotNet for dynamically generating PDF files with .NET. I can see this being very useful for reporting in ASP.NET. I'm consistantly amazed at the ammount and quality of useful code that the .NET Community creates.
Another great online resource is the Reporting Starter Kit at the Asp.NET site. It includes examples in C# for dynamic generation of charts and graphs in memory from ASP.NET and same very englightening DataBinding examples, including Master/Detail, and Drilldown.
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The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
During normal operation or in Safe mode, your computer may play "Fur Elise" or "It's a Small, Small World" seemingly at random. This is an indication sent to the PC speaker from the computer's BIOS that the CPU fan is failing or has failed, or that the power supply voltages have drifted out of tolerance. This is a design feature of a detection circuit and system BIOSes developed by Award/Unicore from 1997 on.
This isn't a joke...I wonder why it doesn't just play Nelly's Hot In Herre?
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