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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.
We have a partner who is using SAP and ABAP to consume web services. We are trying to provide a ColdFusion Web Service that they can call…
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I am going to be giving a presentation on Linq for SQL at the SQL Saturday at the University of North Florida on Saturday May 2nd. This…
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I will be giving two presentations tomorrow at SQL Saturday in Jacksonville. There will be a lot of info on SQL Server 2008 at the…
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SQL Saturday is coming to Jacksonville on Saturday May 3rd, 2008. The conference will be held at the UNF campus.The SQL Saturday conferences…
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The registration for SQL Saturday is almost capped for this coming weekend. Go to www.sqlsaturday.com, and click on the registration link…
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Thanks to Buck Woody for pointing me to this tool. It analyzes your database and advises based on best practices.
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If you ever run into a problem trying to find out what the equivalent data type for a SQL Server 2005 data type is in .NET, This chart has…
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A buddy sent me a link to this web site for SQL on Rails. I found this hysterical. Watch the screencast. If you have ever watched a Ruby on…
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I have been at SQL Server 2005 Integration Services training for the last two days, and I have to say it has been an eye opener. The class…
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Steve Jobs at WWDC 2007 has just announced that Apple is releasing a version of Safari for Windows.
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