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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 wanted to thank every family member and friend who came out to watch the First Coast Head Race this past weekend. It was nice having…
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I made a blog post over the weekend that Engadget said that they were putting HD DVD on a Death Watch. Today Engadget says that Toshiba will…
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I have been trying to find a Podcasts on ColdFusion, and I just found out about one called the ColdFusion Podcast by Bryan Kaiser and…
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I have to give thanks to getting home to Jacksonville from CFUNITED to an airline pilot named "Rusty". As my airline experiences have been…
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The JaxFusion meeting for tomorrow has been canceled. We are going to try to do a make meeting in April.
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Damon Cooper posted a note on my Blog that JRun is not dead and will be around for awhile. Thanks for the update Damon.
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I try not to talk about my job on this blog, but I heard a rumor that I was no longer working at the job I actually work at, if that makes…
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This article says that Toshiba and Sony are playing nice and will come out with dual format players. If it is true, it would be great news.
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I read on Ben Forta's blog that Tim Buntel is leaving Adobe. Ben says he is going to follow his true passion as an educator.I used to run a…
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At the end of the keynote, Tim Buntel was brought onto the stage in a very dramatic fashion, as if he was being kidnapped.Tim annonuced that…
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