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Microsoft Inside Ole 2 by Kraig Brockschmidt

Microsoft Inside Ole 2

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Microsoft Inside Ole 2 Kraig Brockschmidt ebook
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· During the month of April, Xbox 360 held six of the top 10 console game titles including: “NBA 2K13,” “Dead Island: Riptide,” “ BioShock Infinite,” Defiance,” Injustice: Gods Among Us” and “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.” Looking forward to next week, May 21 will mark the beginning of a new generation of games, TV and entertainment. Double-click the icon inside the OLE DB Source entity. Author: Kraig Brockschmidt Type: eBook. Language: English Released: 1994. "Office" is probably the aspirational term for the shared space which the company moved into a little over a week ago. In 1988 (my junior year at the University of Arizona) I decided I wanted to work for Microsoft when I discovered Windows programming (I conned my dad into buying me a copy of the Windows 2 SDK). Published May 17, 2013 | By Microsoft Support Type in the SQL server name where the Analysis Cubes SSIS packages reside into the Server field. Charles Petzold was my After writing OLEView I woke up and I was no longer an evangelist but a PM on the OLE team. Software and accessories) reached $208 million, the most for any console in the U.S.. Initially I was given all the glamorous stuff like Mac OLE. Free download ebook Inside Ole 2: The Fast Track to Building Powerful Object-Oriented Applications/Book and 2 Disks (Microsoft Press Programming Series) pdf. Publisher: Microsoft Press Page Count: 0. Up until then Microsoft had been pushing COM as the preferred technology for developing software components for Windows. I still remember opening the big clear plastic box for the first time. Then later, when asked to create a new object of a particular kind (e.g., when you Insert/Object "Microsoft Excel Worksheet" from within Microsoft Word), OLE can look it up in the registry and launch it (if it's an app) or load the shared library, and call the appropriate My best, and frankly irreplaceable, reference for all of this, beyond having access to the code itself, has been Inside OLE, Second Edition, by Kraig Brockschmidt, ISBN 1-55615-843-2, sadly out of print.