Rob Howard announces that Community Server, which was released last week, now has source available as well.
BAGHDAD, Iraq – The Syrian intelligence officer who appeared on the U.S.-funded Iraqi state television station had a stark message about the insurgency — he’d helped train people to build car bombs and behead people. Read the whole story on Yahoo.
I’m taking all my paper notes that I’ve accumulated over the last year (or two) on what the next version of my Internet advertisement server application will look like, and putting them into an electronic specification document. Not wanting to start from scratch, I did a bit of Googling to see what the latest and […]
Last week I built some RSS consuming pieces for AspAlliance.com. I decided late in the week that I wanted to go ahead and add a listing of blog entries made by any AspAlliance Author, but although I had all the code to merge the many RSS feeds, I didn’t have a handy way to do […]
The ArmyAdvice community is continuing to grow. Please tell your military friends about us if you know of others who would benefit from blogs of their own. I just set up three more bloggers tonight. Also, we will be adding forums some time in the near future, hopefully by the end of March. At that […]
Bob Parsons, owner and founder of GoDaddy.com, has published his rules for survival, “Robert, they can’t eat you!”. It’s definitely a good read.
Richard Grimes, a very recognized author and speaker on .NET topics, addresses what he considers as some missteps in the development of .NET and offers words of warning about the future of the platform. I have to say that some of his predictions, while certainly not what I would like to hear, seem to be […]
On one of the AspAdvice mailing lists somebody was asking for help with their wireless card that kept dropping and re-connecting to the wireless network. The solution seems to be described in this ArsTechnica article, Ask Ars: routinely dropping WiFi connectivity.
I’ve been working on a feature for the AspAlliance.com home page that would show some news and articles from a variety of sources in a single listing. So for the last day or two I’ve been building a couple of classes and methods and unit tests, etc. to handle the combining of multiple RSS feeds. […]
In Tikrit yesterday, the 1st ID had its official change of command ceremony with the incoming 42nd ID. Sounds like the rest of the 1st ID forces will be home soon!