Friday, 5 April 2013

Advanced Word formatting tricks, what you should know about Open Compute, must-know dev skills

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TechRepublic Member | April 05, 2013

10+ advanced formatting tips for Word users

You can waste a lot of time trying to get a document to look right. These power user tricks will help speed your formatting chores. Read more

Resource of the day

Live Webcast: Affordable and Secure Data Storage for the Mid-Market

Don't miss this webcast that will examine the importance of data storage solutions for the mid-market, including best practice tips for gathering and storing data safely and inexpensively.

10 things you should know about Open Compute

The Open Compute Project is breaking new ground with its goal of developing efficient, low-cost servers and data centers that follow the open source model. Read more

10 things I've learned about Twitter as a late adopter

Twitter is closing in on its seventh birthday, but some people remain skeptical about its value and usefulness. Read more

10 skills for developers to focus on in 2013

Development trends that began to emerge in 2012 are picking up steam. Here's a look at the must-know technologies for the months ahead. Read more

Additional TechRepublic resources


Help users get answers with Google tools

Sometimes, answers are a simple keyword search away. But often, they require a more proactive approach. Read more

Integrate a custom Shutdown menu into the Windows 8 Desktop context menu

Greg Shultz shows you how to tweak the registry and add a cascading Shutdown menu to a Windows 8 context menu. Read more

Leading smartphone feature-to-feature comparison chart

Jack Wallen breaks down the feature offerings of four of the leading business smartphones in the United States. Read more

Survey: Is your enterprise software a hit or a miss?

Take TechRepublic's survey and let us know how your company is using its enterprise software -- and how it measures up. Read more

Off-color remarks at conference result in two developers getting fired

Sexual jokes made by a couple of male attendees at the Python Developer Conference were overheard, and two firings resulted. Read more

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Screenshots: Manually update to before Microsoft does it for you

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Crimson bullet trains drive fans wild (pictures)

The E6 Series Super Komachi bullet trains recently started service in Japan, exciting fans and raising operational speeds toward 200 mph. View on site

Today's recommended downloads

Live Webcast: Affordable and Secure Data Storage for the Mid-Market (EMC)

On-demand Webcast: Enabling Exceptional Customer Service (IBM)

Process-Centric Banking: The Promise of BPM Technology for Financial Services Institutions (Oracle)

Unified Communications Buyer's Guide (ShoreTel)

On-demand Webcast: How to Keep Up With Data (SAP)

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