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Reasons Why You Need to Develop Your Technical Skills

In designing, it is not just one’s design skills that matters. It is also important for a designer to have good listening skills, organizational skills and also technical skills. These are just some skills that a designer can develop but of course, each of them needs to be improved from time to time. These days, the demand for skilled designers are getting higher because clients prefer those who have better know-how to make sure that they will be given a great output. There are clients who no longer consider the rate of the designer as long as he can give what he wants. One of those skills that a client may look into is the technical skills. Technical skills are the most fundamental type of skills that one must achieve in designing. You won’t be able to work well with your computer and other equipments if you do not have good technical skills. Hence, you need to develop your technical skills, upgrade it from time to time and be sure that you are updated with the trend. You are workin…


While working with database we need to store our information time to time. and for that purpose we take the backup for that database. Backing up a database provide many solutions for us. The main thing is if we lost our database from SQL Server then we can restore our database from our computer. Also when we perform changes in our database the backup database automatically update the changes to the backup file. In this article we are going to create a backup file of Database. The backup file always contain the extension (.bak). Also we are going to learn how to restore the database later in the article. Backup Database: Step 1: Right click on the Database Name-> choose Tasks -> click on back up. Step 2:  Click on Add button to create a database file.

Barbecue Pork Shoulder

ingredients 2 tablespoons light brown sugar2 tablespoons tomato paste2 tablespoons Dijon mustard2 tablespoons cider vinegar2 tablespoons hot chile powder1 teaspoon hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco), or to taste1 teaspoon kosher salt1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil1 medium onion, chopped1 green bell pepper, chopped1 jalapeño pepper, chopped (with seeds)1 garlic clove, minced3 pounds pork shoulder, cut into 2-inch cubes3 strips bacon, chopped1 (15-ounce) can diced tomatoes including juice1 bay leaf
Special equipment: Slow cookerAccompaniment: 8 to 10 sandwich rolls

In small bowl, whisk together sugar, tomato paste, mustard, vinegar, chile powder, hot pepper sauce, and salt. Set aside. In heavy, medium skillet over moderately high heat, heat oil until hot but not smoking. Add onion, pepper, jalapeño, and garlic, and sauté until softened, 4 to 5 minutes. Scrape into slow cooker. Add pork cubes, bacon, tomatoes and their juices, and bay leaf and stir to combine. Pour sauce over…

Step by Step Guide on Publishing InfoPath Forms to SharePoint Site.

1. Creating and Configuring Forms Library in SharePoint.
2. Configuring InfoPath Form 2007. 3. Configure Form Submit Options.
4. Publishing InfoPath Form to SharePoint 2007.
5. Adding the Published form as Content type to the Forms Library.

Note: There are 2 types of InfoPath Forms.
a) User Form:- Only fields to be entered, where there is no Active code or programming added to the Form. These forms can be directly published to SharePoint Site. To Publish this Form, the user should be an Owner or Administrator of the Site Collection.
b) Admin Form:- These Forms have .net coding or Programming with the code which should run in the background once the Form is submitted. These Forms should be uploaded on the Central Administration and Activated for the Web Application to be used with. To publish this Form, the user should be a Farm Administrator.
Creating and Configuring Forms Library in SharePoint. 1. Browse to the SharePoint site you need to create the Forms Library.
2. Click in Site Actions -&g…