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About dotnettim

Tim Leung is a Microsoft .Net / SQL Server developer based in England.

2014 – Happy New Year!

Now that 2013 has come to an end and I’d like to thank everyone who has been in touch, or has supported me during the past 12 months. I wish everyone the best of luck for 2014, and I hope … Continue reading

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MSDN Flash articles on LightSwitch

Over the past year or so, I’ve contributed various articles to MSDN Flash on the topic of LightSwitch. The nice thing about MSDN Flash is that it reaches a large developer audience. Many of its readers are not LightSwitch developers, … Continue reading

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LightSwitch – MSDN Article with Garth Henderson

The MSDN flash article that I’ve been working on with Garth was published last week. In terms of LightSwitch, Garth is one of most talented individuals that I know. For me, it’s been pleasure finding out and seeing the projects … Continue reading

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LightSwitch – Automatically Upper Case TextBox Text

Here’s a quick post in reference to question on how to automatically upper case the characters whilst typing into a TextBox. LightSwitch includes a changed event but the problem with using this is that it only fires after leaving the … Continue reading

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LightSwitch – Extension Development Kit

Earlier this week, Yann Duran mentioned the Extensibility Toolkit which was featured in Beth Massi’s recent video. http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2011/DEV354 For those who haven’t watched this, the following post contains some screenshots from the video illustrating how this works. (I would still … Continue reading

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Microsoft Community Contributor Award 2011

Today, I received an email awarding me a Microsoft Community Award for 2011.   In all honesty, I knew very little about this award until today and still don’t know who nominated me nor what was involved in me being … Continue reading

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Behaviour Driven Design with Ian Cooper

During this months user group meeting in Reading, Ian Cooper presented a session on Behaviour Driven Design. Much was covered during the event but some of the main points whichI took away were: Reducing rework is one of the key … Continue reading

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