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SQL SERVER – Fix – Login failed for user ‘username’. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 18452) May 15, 2015

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Sql Server 2012 Could not find the Database Engine startup handle May 12, 2015

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I got this error when trying to install Microsoft SQL Server 2012, on Windows 2008 Server Virtual Machine.

This error happened when I unzipped the iso file for SQL Server 2012 and ran Setup.exe manually.

Solution:

http://www.sysnet.pe.kr/2/0/894

The solution as mentioned in above page, is to load the iso file as image in cd/dvd drive on Virtual Machine and do installation.

I hope this will save time for you.

 

In praise of “boring” technology May 11, 2015

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Labs

In this article I will explain how Spotify uses different mature and proven technologies in our backend service eco-system and architecture, and why we do so. In addition, this article will also attempt to explain when Spotify has chosen not to use certain proven technologies, the reasons why and the associated pitfalls associated with each.

More often than not, the right tool for the job is piece of software that has been around for some time, with proven success. One example would be writing a backend service in Java or Python instead of Go or Node.JS. Another example would be storing data in MySQL or PostgreSQL instead of MongoDB or Riak.

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Ten things I learned studying ten of the world’s fastest growing startups

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Apple Watch And The Future Of App Design

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TechCrunch

Editor’s note: AndrewShorten is director of Adobe Creative Cloud Product Management. Formerly, he developed web, kiosk and mobile user interfaces for government and enterprise customers at Fujitsu and has since worked for Macromedia, Microsoft, and Adobe.

The launch of the Apple Watch represents the latest proof point that we’re only going to have more devices to consider when designing mobile apps. Not only does it represent a huge opportunity for more personal experiences, but it presents user interface designers with the increasingly complex challenge of scaling themselves to design for Web, mobile, tablets and wearables.

And there are further indicators that digital screens will become the way we interact with pretty much everything in the future. Take Coca-Cola’s latest vending machines that are operated by selecting from a touch screen. Or consider the Tesla Model S, a high-end car that replaces most of the traditional dashboard controls with a…

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