Tags » .NET

Basketball Hoops Fun

Take a Ball, drag down to set the power then drag left or right to set the angle and release to shoot the ball away. Play around in freeplay mode or test your freethrows skill in a freethrow mode. Have fun Now!

Read more…

Ball

PowerShell Objects Part 1: No More Parsing!

One of the first things to know about PowerShell in order to wield it effectively is its object-based paradigm. If you are trying to parse strings in PowerShell scripts, it’s likely that there is a better way. 720 more words

PowerShell

A sample Wix installer using the ActiveSetup feature

In this post I will explain the technical details of the Wix sample installer for local machine install of Excel-DNA addins. Wix is a popular free toolset to create .msi installer. 1,145 more words

Programming

Entity Framework 6 - Code First

This post describes briefly how to use Entity Framework 6.1.1 to create a database out of a Model defined in code. The goal is to have a summary with all the steps needed with the minimum overhead of information. 403 more words

.NET

Net Medical Xpress Shares Telemedicine Grant With University of New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, NM, Jul 25, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: NMXS) announced today that it is participating in a $15.1 million federal grant with the University of New Mexico Health Science Center to establish a statewide 30 hospital telemedicine network to support critical cerebral emergency support services. 102 more words

97 Percent of Key Industries Doubt Security Compliance Can Defy Hackers

By Aliya Sternstein – Only 3 percent of information technology executives at utilities and other businesses critical to society strongly believe security rules and standards decrease threats to the systems running their operations. 35 more words

United States

Net Medical Xpress Shares Telemedicine Grant With University of New Mexico

Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: NMXS) announced today that it is participating in a $15.1 million federal grant with the University of New Mexico Health Science Center to establish a statewide 30 hospital telemedicine network to support critical cerebral emergency support services.
http://bit.ly/1on8Ipe