August, 2012

  • Carpe Datum

    How I Work: A Cloud Developer's Workstation

    • 4 Comments
    I've written here a little about how I work during the day, including things like using a stand-up desk (still doing that, by the way). Inspired by a Twitter conversation yesterday, I thought I might explain how I set up my computing environment. First...
  • Carpe Datum

    Windows Azure Database (SQL Azure) Development Tip

    • 0 Comments
    When you create something in the cloud, it's real, and you're charged for it. There are free offerings, and you even get free resources with your Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) subscription, but there are limits within those. Creating a 1 GB database...
  • Carpe Datum

    The Importance of Paranoia for the Technical Professional

    • 1 Comments
    I recently read a blog post from a technical professional who’s account had been hacked ( http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/08/apple-amazon-mat-honan-hacking/all/ ) – not because he used poor passwords or unsafe practices, but because the...
  • Carpe Datum

    Cloud Computing: Start with the problem

    • 0 Comments
    At one point in my life I would build my own computing system for home use. I wanted a particular video card, a certain set of drives, and a lot of memory. Not only could I not find those things in a vendor’s pre-built computer, but those were more...
Page 1 of 1 (4 items)