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Archive for November 14th, 2019

SQL Server Downloads | Microsoft

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/14

[WayBack] SQL Server Downloads | Microsoft

Get started with Microsoft SQL Server downloads. Choose a SQL Server trial, edition, tool, or connector that best meets your data and workload needs.

Downloading offline installers is the same for both: run the .EXE, then choose to download off-line media.

This is much easier than subscribing to Visual Studio Dev Essentials below.

Then depending on the edition, make the choice:

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Great Innovators Start with Customer Struggles (Not Customer Needs)

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/14

Two very important quotes of a must-read article (reading of it takes ~5 minutes):

  • Teams create the most value for customers when they know the difference between customer needs and struggles
  • If we align our mental model to needs, we are missing opportunities to solve the underlying struggles in innovative ways.

Source: [Archive.isGreat Innovators Start with Customer Struggles (Not Customer Needs)

Via: [WayBack] Talking in terms of what customers need, limits options. Great Innovators Start with Customer Struggles (Not Customer Needs) – Marjan Venema – Google+

–jeroen

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TTreeView: when HideSelection=True, use SetFocus() to update the current Selected state

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/14

Reminder to self: corner case, but sometimes useful. [WayBack] EDIT: Answered. The TTreeView.HideSelection was set to TRUE, so you needed TTreeView.SetFocus() to reflect in the UI the current state of TTreeView.sele… – Vin Colgin – Google+

–jeroen

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