Monthly Archives: September 2009

My Name’s Tucker – Not Sucker !

This is NOT a discussion of “Precision” of Excel Formulae –  for that see http://smurfonspreadsheets.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/excel-cant-add/ ….. 🙂   This is about the Business Math of Excel and/or Access development.  (I know you all like short snappers on Blogs but sometimes the issue needs … Continue reading

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How Does Anyone Develop Anymore?

Is it just me or do others spend more time on a project dealing with IT and D.B.A.s and S.O.W.s and P.O.s and meetings and other time-wasting and project delaying B.S. than actually developing the application anymore? I am personally … Continue reading

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Away This Week

Sorry to my faithful few that I haven’t posted this week.  It’s because I’m in Redmond learning a whole bunch of things that I can’t tell you about 🙂 – really. All I can say is that I am pleased … Continue reading

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OK – Gemini Is Cool – Me Bad

I don’t know if everyone who comes here reads all the comments on my Posts but I thought I’d make a new Post about the info recieved on the previous Post in which I “Dissed” Gemini. Turns out I was … Continue reading

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Maybe I Jumped The Gun On Gemini

I am shocked that I would be a victim of marketting (Who Me (??)) but it looks like I might have been on Microsoft’s new Gemini product. After my “epistle” on the exciting prospects of the Gemini being promoted by … Continue reading

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I Had A Dream

Frightening to think but I ACTUALLY had a dream last night wherein I was preparing for and running a class in Intro Excel – and although everyone showed up they quickly trickled out of the room because it was so … Continue reading

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Information Rights Management Is Way Cool !

I have just recieved an email from a client who used Information Rights Management in Outlook that made sure I couldn’t Copy, Print or Forward the contents to anyone else . It’s  not that he didn’t trust me (really it wasn’t) … Continue reading

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