Klout online influence scores gaining extra sway

If you’re a reasonably social media-savvy person, you’ll no doubt have heard of (and perhaps used) Klout, an innovative online service for measuring online influence via social media.  Klout’s unique selling point is their own calculation of influence, the Klout Score.  While it’s not exactly new to the social sphere, having been on the go in some shape or form since 2008, Klout have recently been engaging in a substantial push to increase the scope of their offering by adding many more social networks and features. Continue reading “Klout online influence scores gaining extra sway” »

Now I've added my sub report control to both of the 2 tables

How To Create Multi-Column Lists in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

I recently encountered a scenario where I wanted to display my report content in the form of a multi-column list.  In essence, I was looking to create the SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) equivalent of an ASP.NET Repeater, to render my report content both horizontally and vertically (in this case a dynamically repeated SubReport) a number of times dictated by my source dataset.  I spent a little bit of time investigating some more complicated possibilities such as building a matrix of row and column groupings when the solution finally hit me.  It is simply brilliant in its simplicity.  Here’s how to do it. Continue reading “How To Create Multi-Column Lists in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)” »