Steve Joubert is a Microsoft Certified Professional in developing web applications in C#. He has spent nine years developing Microsoft technologies, including building .NET applications, and has a background in such diverse markets as pharmaceuticals, biotech, banking, finance and entertainment. He currently works for ASPSOFT in Orlando, Fla.
The long-awaited final instalment of Steve Joubert's popular 4-part "from the ground up" guide to SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services. Here, he dissects the Report Definition Language and provides a practical demonstration on the use of Report Builder, an ad-hoc reporting tool that allows end users to build and customize their own reports.… Read more24 October 2006
Continuing his in-depth tour of SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services, Steve Joubert demonstrates the most common features and functions used to develop effective and dynamic reports.… Read more24 August 2006
It seems that there is both excitement and confusion surrounding Master Pages and Themes. A big part of the problem is that they always seem to be mentioned in the same breath - like I just did. The reality is that they are two separate but equally important technologies. … Read more08 March 2006
If you're an IT manager, then your vision of "Peace on Earth" is probably a carefree existence where developers finish projects on-time and on-budget and who do only and exactly what you asked them to do. So it may surprise you to read that having your developers deliver "Peace on Earth" might be the last thing you want. … Read more02 February 2006
Most software projects fail. Only about a quarter are completely successful. About half are late and over budget and the remaining quarter just fade into oblivion. What if there was a simple way to ensure your project's success? There is, and it's all about starting out in the right way...… Read more05 November 2005