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  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    PERL: Perl Reference Books

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    There is something about Perl for tinkering and “quick & dirty” work that other scripts just don’t seem to rise to. Since I pretty much focue on Security amd Interop these days I’m finding myself back in my Perl library. Here are some of the usefull...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    A few links for fellow irreverent tinkerers.

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    A few links for fellow irreverent tinkerers. Blacklisted 411 2600 The Hacker's Quarterly DefCon Hacker's Conference LayerOne Technology Conference InfoAnarchy CryptoMail TextFiles.com Binary Revolution Dig Magazine Nuts & Volts Magazine Phrack Magazine...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    On tha Internet, nobody knows yoe a dog.

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    Inside Google has pointed out Gizoogle , a bit of internet sillyness. Gizoogle is a 'Snoop Dogg Search Engine', complete with a Translizzle translator . Some Translizzled quotes: Original quote sourced from The Quotation Page Quote Translizzled Any sufficiently...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Getting set for VSLive (by yag)

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    I'm in San Francisco now - ready for a week of VSLive and customer meetings. Should be an interesting week - it's been a really long time since I've come to a conference without a session or keynote to deliver. I'll be hanging out at some of the booths...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    Sql Express 2005

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    Well, I tried out Sql Express as the database backend and it's a lot better than anything else I've messed around with. I can't believe I never knew about it before. Since I've been working a lot with Sql Server at work for the last few months, it sure...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    Books: Whale Done! : The Power of Positive Relationships

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    Amazon.com: Books: Whale Done! : The Power of Positive Relationships My Boss ( MikeO ) asked me to give this book a read. I’ve spent most of my career dividing my time between Technology, which I lobe, and management, with I haven’t like so much – but...
  • Josh Lee's Financial Services Blog

    Customer Service - It's the software stupid!

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    I’ll apologize in advance for not posting sooner, but things have been crazy here at the beginning of the year. Crazy in a good way and there are some fantastic projects in the work that will begin to be visible to the outside world very soon. At risk...
  • Write Ahead Blog

    Learning Windows Internals

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    Coming straight out of the UNIX-dominated academic world, I realized that I have negligible knowledge of the Windows system architecture and kernel. Systems courses taught in most schools only use the UNIX-platform. So I have no idea what the windows...
  • Write Ahead Blog

    What is Service Broker?

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    A number of large database applications require asynchronous and distributed execution. Most loosely-coupled distributed systems provide scale out and resilience by queuing operations. Queues are used extensively in applications such as order entry systems...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Code Camp III: The Madness!

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    The sessions for Code Camp III: The Madness just continues to roll in. The current count is: Smart Client – 21 Web Track – 22 Data Track – 18 That is a grand total of 61 sessions! That is incredible and shows the power of the community and their interest...
  • Omar Shahine

    Creative Zen Micro Out of Box Experience

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    I just received my Creative Zen Micro . I am preparing to put together a Zen Micro vs iPod review as I have done for the Rio Carbon and the iRiver H320. For those of you that don't know, I have been evaluating various devices in the pursuit to find something...
  • Antimail

    Warning: Shadow Copies for Shared Folders are not a replacement for backup

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    Shadow Copies for Shared Folders are a great feature that can give your users access to previous files in minutes, as opposed to hours or even days (as it is takes normally to reclaim a file from the tape in an corporate environment). One word of caution...
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