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This blog is dedicated to my musings and are strictly my own. I use it to write about all things software, hardware and aviation. The views and opinions on this site strictly reflect that of my own, and not my employer. At any point I can change my mind, and they may not even reflect my opinions from three minutes ago, so please don't take anything I say too seriously. Some of the software topics on this blog will probably include ColdFusion, C#, .NET Core, Node.js, Objective-C, Swift, Java, Kotlin, C++. As commercial pilot I will be writing about General Aviation, the Airlines, instrument flying, avionics, the Federal Aviation Administration and the TSA.
I was listening to the ColdFusion Weekly podcast a while back, and Matt Woodward mentioned that he worked on the Dean campaign. The Dean…
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John Lyons will be presenting on Game development using Mono, Unity3d and Blender at the next JaxDug meeting.Unity is an integrated…
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I just added a podcast pod to my blog last week. Right now I just have four that are related to ColdFusion and Java.Java PosseColdFusion…
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When I lived in Daytona Beach about 17 years ago, there were some pretty famous murders. Konstantin Fotopoulos was tried and sent to Death…
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The presentation I gave today on LINQ for SQL at SQL Saturday is up on my parent web site, Fekke.com.This is a powerpoint file, but I…
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Kforce in Tampa is looking for a senior ColdFusion architect. If you are interested, please contact Nicole Stephenson – nstephenson@kforce…
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I will be giving my Linq presentation tomorrow at the JAXDUG meeting. This presentation covers the basics of Linq for SQL. The meetings are…
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Today is the last day to register for Jax Code Camp. The code camp is free, and will be this Saturday. Be there or be square.
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I am expecting a lot of news today at the conference. I hop to post peridodically throughout the day.
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I have never seen Joe Rinehart speak before, so I was curious to see his MVC presentation.Some of his points from his presentation were that…
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