Category: Windows

04/29/08

Permalink 11:49:33 pm by guy, Categories: Software Development, Windows, Random Stuff , Tags: allen-bradley, ieee, plc, vb6
I was working on a modification to an old VB6 project today and I ran across some code that I wrote over 6 years ago that brought back some memories.  The software development that I do is primarily with manufacturing related applications.  I work in a m… more »

01/26/08

Permalink 03:28:11 pm by guy, Categories: Windows, Random Stuff , Tags: vista, windows live mail, windows mail
When I bought my new laptop last summer it came with Windows Vista.  This was my first experience with Vista.  One of the first changes that I found was the lack of Outlook Express.  It has been replaced by Windows Mail in Vista.  I don't handle much mai… more »

01/21/08

Permalink 10:21:54 pm by guy, Categories: Software Development, Linux, Windows, B2Evolution, PHP , Tags: apache, mysql, php, xampp
I recently discovered the XAMPP Project on SourceForge.  This is a very impressive tool that allows you to quickly and easily install a very nicely packaged environment on a Linux OR Windows machine that includes MySQL, Apache, PHP, and Perl.  The instal… more »

01/05/08

Permalink 11:57:13 pm by guy, Categories: Windows
I'm almost embarrased to blog about this. Every admin should know how this works, most think they do, some might, but many don't really! What I am talking about is how the permissions work when you create a shared folder on a Windows based system. For th… more »

09/24/07

Permalink 09:55:53 pm by guy, Categories: Windows, Oracle, Random Stuff
Today I got involved in a task to collect the configuration and state of our Dell/EMC SAN. As part of the Dell support contract we are eligible for full service SAN software updates for the first year. Dell sent us a utility called "Lasso" to automatic… more »

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I'm a generalist, at least if I'm honest. In my job I am primarily a developer, but also a sysadmin, and (as little as possible) technical support. I know a little about a lot of things, a lot about some things, and everything about nothing. Here I will post random learnings...

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