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Entries for October 2008

My Community Involvement

23 Oct

The other day I was reading Antonio Chagoury's blog and came across one of his recent postings "Just In Case You're Not Keeping Tabs" and it got me thinking. I just got done filling out a few forms where I needed to list my community involvement, and much like Antonio I had a hard time sitting down and really coming up with the list of everything that I do on a volunteer basis. So I though I'd do something similar to what Antonio did and post my list here. I know I'm missing items, so if you know of something I'm leaving out, let me know!

tags: MitchelSellers.com, Other (Non Tech)

Looking for Feedback

21 Oct

As I mentioned yesterday I am starting to put the finishing touches on my "Professional DotNetNuke 5 Module Programming" book.  In talking with t...

tags: DNN, Book Updates

Limit SQL Server Database List

15 Oct

Recently when working with a client I was asked how in a SQL Server database environment with multiple databases how we can prevent users from seeing all other databases on the server. Permissions are configured to restrict who can actually query the database, but in the end, individuals still can see the names of the other databases on the server, getting potentially an idea of who else you are hosting, or information that you just don't want to share. I have found many blog articles that talk about how to get around this, but all of them were a bit choppy, so I thought I would take a moment to walk through a demo of the process. This article walks through the entire scenario.

tags: Tutorials, SQL

OpenForce North America

06 Oct

As we can see from the ticker on the right side of my blog here we have about 34 days until OpenForce North America, with OpenForce Europe currently u...

tags: DNN

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