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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.
Buck Woody at Microsoft pointed me to this article at MSDN. There are actually some handy tips in there relating to scaling and security…
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I am a big fan of public APIs that are provided by web sites such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook. I think one of the reasons that twitter…
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I just added two new powerpoint presentations to my main site. I try to make it a habit of posting the powerpoint presentations I use at the…
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Two of my co-workers, Henry Adam and Sai Kolla, turned me on to some new tools for testing Web Services. The first tools is called soapUI…
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If you are looking to hire experienced ColdFusion developers, I know two ColdFusion developers who have been working at NASA. Their…
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I try to avoid getting political on this blog, but I started noticing something alarming a couple of weeks ago with my inbox. I am receiving…
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I have been watching some of the presentations at Charlie Arehart's UGTV web site. Charlie has added this site were people can place the…
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Microsoft dropped the Office Sharepoint Server 1.2 SDK last month which included a tool for generating Application LobSystem files for…
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I went to a presentation last night at the Jacksonville SQL Server user group on using .NET CLR code in SQL Server 2005. One of the neat…
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One of the developers I work with recently had a problem trying to make Web Service calls to a SOAP based Web method that requires Request…
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