It was early afternoon on the Thursday before the 4th of July weekend. I had left the office for a lunch meeting and when I came back something was amiss with my MacBook Pro. 521 more words
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Electronic health (eHealth) refers to the health sector’s use of information and communication technologies (ICT) such as mobile phones, portable and handheld computers, Internet and cloud-based applications, open source software, and data warehouses. 137 more words
On May 19 2016 we finished yet another webinar. This time we talked about one of our products named “DataDirect Cloud”. This blog post is the recap of the webinar. 98 more words
While troubleshooting JDBC client apps that connect to SQL SErver I ran into this issue few times, latest very recently.
As you may already know well, SQL Server differentiates its data types that support Unicode from the ones that just support ASCII. 265 more words
Data management of large, complex surveys like the HRS is a fairly difficult and time-consuming task. The HRS staff endeavors to produce a public-release data set as soon as possible (and they produce them much faster than many other publicly funded data collections!), so they release an early version of the data: … 535 more words