Sigh. Thank goodness for filtering. Though that said, I’m sure I’ll get more now.
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I thought maybe having a logo appear in my rss feed might be cool. Here’s the first design I came up with. Please feel free to comment on it and let me know what you think. Julian
Well its been a busy couple of months and my blogging has fallen behind. Over the last couple of weeks, a number of small improvements have been made on my blog. Unused features have been removed, spam prevention has been improved, and I even remembered to post some new entries. I’m also going to trial […]
Have you ever downloaded an .iso cdrom image of a program you want to use but don’t want to waste a CD burning it? Well asides from burning it to a CD-RW (which is typically slower than a CD-R) you can use the Microsoft Virtual CD tool for Windows XP. It lets you access the […]
Look out Wagga Wagga! October 7th and 8th will see SQL Server developers and dba’s of all levels gather for the first SQL Down Under Code Camp. If you’re looking for an opporunity to meet some of the best SQL developers from across Australia, this is it. This free event is being held at the […]
Gah! The one thing that always gets me with working with so many different programming langauges (C#, T-SQL, Perl, VB, DOS) is that they each tend to refer to the same thing with a slightly different name. (If you read Perl: same foo, different bar). Today when stepping out of T-SQL land and into DOS, […]
For those of us with a better background in C# programming than VB.Net, this website has a great page on the syntax differences.
I don’t have an RSS Aggregate program. I don’t think I need one. There are just so many blogs that I pass over in a week, and most of them don’t update more than that (this one included at times). I’m also a bit of a devourer of information. New anything is interesting to read, […]
While I find my full-time job constantly challenging, its also like any job: limited to the current projects and development. This is not a downside, just a fact that what you do in your job will be limited by the scope of your work. Sure there’s daily study, and home projects, things you choose to […]
I don’t know how long I’ve been waiting for this, but someone has finally built an Intellisense tool for SQL Server Management Studio & Query Analyzer. If you’ve been using Visual Studio.Net 2003 or 2005, you’ll know how useful Intellisense is in other programming languages (it’s like auto-complete in Word). I don’t know why it’s […]