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How Hands-on Exercises Help You Learn Google Analytics

Google Analytics has about 80 standard reports. With various segmentation techniques coupled with advanced features such as custom reporting and custom segments, you are looking at numerous possible ways to analyze the data. Further Google Analytics allows a good deal of customization to meet your specific business needs. But with all these features, it’s easy to get lost. Continue Reading »

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Saying “Hello World!” in Your Language using C#

Microsoft and Visual Studio make it relatively easy to create Multi-language Web pages.  The first step is to create a Web page in Visual Studio.  The only catch is that for ASP.NET to handle your language translations you have to use Web Server controls and all of your text has to be through the properties of those controls.  I.e. be prepared to use a lot of label controls.  The following is a view of the source code of a simple page that we want to be multi-lingual. Continue Reading »

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SharePoint 2010 Developer Favorites

I just got back from the SharePointPro 2010 expo held in Las Vegas from March 16-19. As always with these types of conferences I was inundated with sessions highlighting new features and demos of new coding and development techniques. So while the information was still fresh in my head, some of it escaped me mere moments after I heard it, I thought I would assemble a blog describing some of my favorite SharePoint improvements/additions. Continue Reading »

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Adobe Connect VoIP Breakdown

Voice over Internet protocol, commonly known as VoIP is a technology which allows users to place phone calls over the Internet. Conferencing, a feature which was seemingly lost in the initial VoIP boom has made significant strides as of late, with such software as Adobe Connect, but understanding how it works is a little tricky. Continue Reading »

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How to share links among WordPress MU Blogs

We have recently started using WordPress MU to manage several blogs related to the products, technologies and practices on which we provide training.  I was looking for an easy way to link these blogs to each other in the sidebar without managing the links separately in each blog. Continue Reading »