New Author! Written as a rant, this article covers a couple basic issues that STILL tend to get overlooked in a lot of places. It's run to rant sometimes but we plan to maintain our focus and continue to keep these a small percentage of our content. Let us know what you think.
Andy continues writing about replication, this week discussing the many options available when creating a snapshot publication. As we noted on his last article, this one may take longer than usual to load due the large number of images but we think the readability of having it all one page is worth while.
Definitely not a beginner article, this one describes how to asynchronous execution using delegates in C# (C Sharp). Async is usually harder to implement - conceptually at least - but offers benefits in that the user/application isn't blocked while you wait on results.
Many of you know that Brian Kelley is our resident security guy. If you didn't, this might prove it! There is a ton of information in this 63 page document worth reading. Let us know what you think.
We've asked Andy to put together some articles that tackle replication from a beginner perspective, a tutorial type approach PLUS comments on what you should or should not do. This week he covers the steps needed to set up a server for replication. More images than usual so the page may take a little longer to load, but we think worthwhile so that you can see every step along the way. Let us know what you think.