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Testing SharePoint 2010 Email Receivers - Part One

If you have ever worked with SharePoint development, you may have run into a situation where it becomes necessary to test the functionality of a custom email receiver event handler on a document library. This blog will not go into detail on how to cr...


VB Script to Save an SSRS Report as a PDF

Reporting is almost a universal requirement for new projects coming into DMC these days. As part of an HMI we developed for a customer we also installed SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on a Siemens PLC. This is used to generate reports for produ...


Ping Pong Web Application

In the past year, ping pong has become a major activity for DMC employees. Starting with the purchase of a ping pong table, it has evolved from an informal game that served as a short break from work to an organized competition. In the fall of 201...


DMC Earns Microsoft Gold Partner Status in Application Development and Collaboration and Content

DMC is proud to announce that it has achieved Gold Partner status within the Microsoft Partner Network for the ninth consecutive year.  Microsoft uses Gold Status Competencies to identify top partners in specific solution areas.  DMC e...


SharePoint 2007 and 2010 - Color Coding Custom Lists and Tasks

Humans are visual by nature so creating a graphic icon for a list of items or tasks can be extremely beneficial when trying to sort through data. Without having to configure SharePoint Designer or writing custom code, you can create a simple color co...


Occasionally Connected Database Applications with Microsoft Sync Services

It is often desired to have "occasionally connected" applications where a device may not always be connected to a network and that makes the task of maintaining a central data store such as SQL Server 2008R2 consistent across...


The DMC vCard & MeCARD QR Code Generator (i.e. Business Cards for Geeks)

We are all getting new business cards at DMC, so we thought it would be fun to put QR codes on them to make it easier for our smartphone enabled customers to scan our info and add us to their contact database. Thanks to Google it's pretty easy...


Why Choose Silverlight for Application Development

Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) To help explain why one would choose Silverlight for application development, I think it’s important to have a basic understanding of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). Silverlight is one of a small handful ...


SharePoint Web Part Development - Solutions for 2 Common "Gotcha's"

SharePoint and Web Parts : An Introduction Microsoft SharePoint is clearly the current top-dog in corporate information sharing, document management, and workflow management. What many companies are now discovering is how SharePoint can be an effe...


Real World Azure

Last Thursday, October 1st, Ben Zeinz and I attended the afternoon session of an MSDN event entitled "Real World Azure". It introduced Windows Azure ahead of its upcoming release. The morning session was geared towards IT personnel while th...


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