I posted this quote on Twitter earlier today, in capital letters, because it's true. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I AM DOING — Randolph West (@rabryst) December 3, 2014 This past week, M and I made a big decision. We're all about big decisions in this family. We got married when it was still a … Continue reading “I Have No Idea What I Am Doing”
I am a developer-tier member of ADN. I started writing something this week but I'm not really sure where I want to go with the concept. It's not a Twitter clone, it's more a social media platform, and there are amazing clients already. I use Felix, Kiwi, Riposte and Netbot. So instead, I recommend you … Continue reading ADN (Or, what the cool kids are calling App.net)
A new beta of ShutOff 2000 v3.0.0 is now available. The product is fast approaching code completion. The Visual Basic 6 edition of the application has always used the Windows Registry to store its settings. However, Microsoft's best practice for the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 platform does not allow for this, so … Continue reading The life of an application config from the registry to SQLite to SQL CE to XML
There's an interesting bug I ran across tonight while converting a large SVN repository (containing over 4100 revisions and 52 400 objects) to Git, using git svn clone. The clone failed at r1000 and left me with an incomplete repository. I did some searching and came across several articles on StackOverflow. The one that is … Continue reading Bug in git svn clone, failing at r1000
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Work has been continuing apace on the all-new ShutOff. Featuring a console application at its core, ITS ShutOff is built on the Microsoft .NET framework. My language of choice is, of course, C#. What I’m really excited about is the modular way it is built. The console application is fully featured, which means that absolutely … Continue reading Coming soon: ShutOff 2000’s replacement