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Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 11h13
From ARS Technica: "Samsung is back with the Galaxy Note 7, the sixth version of its flagship Galaxy Note handset. Wait—did Samsung forget how to count? The Note series skipped a number this year, apparently so that the Note 7 would look more like a sibling to the already-released Galaxy S7. The unified branding feels appropriate since—despite five months of development time between them—the Note 7 is more like the Galaxy S line than ever. You're getting the same Snapdragon 820 SoC, the same 4GB of RAM, and the sam..."

Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 11h03
From PC World: "Microsoft’s Anniversary Update is causing headaches yet again, this time for owners of Kindle e-readers. Some Kindle Paperwhite and Voyager devices are causing PCs running the Anniversary update to lock up and display the dreaded blue screen of death (BSOD) whenever the e-readers are connected via USB, as first reported by The Guardian."

Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 11h00
From SQL Authority: "One of the most common question I get on blog is – how do I attach database without log file. I have previously blogged about it over here. I request you to read this blog post if you want a solution where you can learn how to attach database to SQL Server with the help of T-SQL."

Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 10h57
From SQL Server Performance: "In Part I of this series on physical join operators we looked at Nested Loops. We now turn our attention to the Merge operator. For this article series I am using an analogy of two sets of standard playing cards. One set with a blue back and another with a red back that need to be ‘joined’ together according to various join conditions. The two sets of cards simply represent the rows from the two joined tables, the red input and the blue input"

Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 10h45
From The Register: "Apple has pushed out an emergency security update for iPhones, iPads and iPods after super sophisticated spyware was found exploiting three iOS vulnerabilities. The iOS 9.3.5 upgrade plugs three holes that, according to researchers, are being used right now by the Pegasus surveillance kit – a powerful commercial malware package sold to governments for snooping on dissidents and journalists."

Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 10h26
From SQL Authority: "Here is a recent email which I received from Madhu. He is a beginner in the SQL Server and when he tried to take a backup from SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio), he got error related to backup file. As soon as he sent me an email I knew what was the exact problem, he was facing and I was able to help him quickly. Let us first recreate the same error and later on see how to fix the same."

Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 10h24
From Solarwinds: "In my last post on this topic, I described some scenarios where an outage was significantly extended primarily because although the infrastructure had been discovered and was being managed, a true understanding was still being elusive. In this post, I will meditate on what else we might need in order to find peace with our network or, as network defender so eloquently put it, Know the network. Be the network."

Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 10h21
From C# Corner: "I cannot count how many times in my life as a developer that I have been contacted after a deployment by a client that is unable to see any of the changes that were deployed (or something isn't working). There are a variety of ways to respond to this but it usually involves a process of holding a key and pressing another or going into options."

Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 10h13
From .NET Rocks: "We all want to believe we have good habits when it comes to programming - but what about the bad habits? Carl and Richard chat with Steve Smith and Brendan Enrick about some of the many anti-patterns that exist in software development. Part of this conversation also ties back to a cool product that Steve and Brendan create - the Software Craftsmanship calendar! Be part of the Kickstarter and get yourself a hilarious and inspirational calendar!"

Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 08h42
From Code Camp NYC: "The preliminary list of selected sessions for the upcoming Code Camp NYC 2016 event is available in the following table which supports paging, sorting, and full-text searches. Sessions in this list with the Status of Selected have been selected for the event. Sessions with the Status of Standby will be used in place of any last-minute cancellations by Speakers. Please note that there may be minor changes to this list as the event approaches and the schedule is finalized."

Universal Thread News
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 at 17h05
Level Extreme Inc. is pleased to announce that we have entered into a definitive Universal Thread acquisition agreement with DMIB Inc., a renowned IT services/software development Montreal-based consulting company.

Toolbar & Performance
Wednesday, March 16th, 2016 at 20h47
The toolbar has been enhanced to offer additional options making it easier and faster to access specific content. A boost of performance was also added to make things go more smoothly when navigating around the interface.

Account settings
Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at 18h07
Account settings is now simplified and now available to all users. Under Filters is now Blocked members, Thread filter and Category filter. Under Following is now Followed threads and Followed users. Under Your posts is now Your messages and Your solutions. Under Billing is now the subscription and invoicing information. An enhanced preview when creating messages is now available. Direct email access to communicate with a user is no longer supported. Users can communicate in private to request it. Messages by email is deprecated and soon to be replaced by something better in the expansion.

Message view & images
Sunday, February 14th, 2016 at 20h28
Among many new enhancements in the last week, one of the most interesting is the preview of images inside a message. Messages with images will show a thumbnail view with in-page image when clicked. Maximum number of attachments has been increased to 10 as well as file size from 1 MB to 10 MB.

Simultaneous logins
Friday, February 5th, 2016 at 00h18
Simultaneous logins is now supported. Thus, you can login from various access points without affecting other connections.

Toolbar enhancements
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 at 00h00
Toolbar in the support area for the counters has been adjusted to indicate new content only. The related options have been moved at the beginning of the toolbar for standardization and priority. Search in calendar is now under Search. Likes for all messages is now under Reports. Time display is deprecated.

Collapsable support when replying
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 at 11h29
Collapsable support for "Forward a copy of this reply to these members" is now supported.

Intelligent filtering for forum dropdown on lists
Thursday, January 28th, 2016 at 12h58
In the support area, the lists now support intelligent filtering on dropdown headers. In lists where you have a forum dropdown, only the related choices of your data will be available in the list headers. It makes it easier to know the forum(s) related to the content of the list and to filter on it/them.

Adjustments in search functionality
Wednesday, January 27th, 2016 at 23h34
The search engine in the support area has been adjusted to allow in-page search result, thus no need to go back to the search criteria page from the result. There is also the ability to expand/collapse the form to get more options. The search is also now available to all but links are disabled for non subcribers.

Better support for container on external targets
Monday, January 25th, 2016 at 03h04
We enhanced the container support for external targets. Thus, users who sometimes click on a message with a right click to open in a new window will see the message to be opened within a new container. This then provides all the functionalities as desired into an unlimited number of windows supported.

Anonymous support
Monday, January 25th, 2016 at 03h03
Anonymous access is now supported. Anonymous mode allows you to get a look and feel of the Universal Thread. You can have access to most of the content. As soon as you want to create something, you will be ask to log in, thus, to create an account if you do not already have one. Logging in with an account allows you to exchange support as well as giving you additional options, which you cannot see in anonymous mode.

Google Map integration for user groups
Saturday, January 23rd, 2016 at 16h41
We have added the integration of Google Map for user groups and user group meetings related content. Feel free to update your user group meeting address as required.

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