I wrote about
on my company’s blog, but thought I’d mention it here since I assume not
everyone has jumped at the chance to subscribe to that
blog (go on, it won’t bite)
Scott Hanselman writes a thought provoking post that asks the question, Is Microsoft Losing the Alpha Geeks? An
interesting question, but troublesome to make sense of, let alone answer.
Fortune Magazine published an
in which they describe how Microsoft claims that free software, such as
Linux, violates 235 of its patents.
It is with great pleasure and relief that I announce the release of
Subtext 1.9.5. Between you and me, I’m just happy to get this release
out before the kid is
Today is my last day of work as a
VelocIT employee, a company I helped
start and had (and still have) high hopes for as employee
If you downloaded Subtext last
and try to edit keywords in the admin section, you might run into a
syntax error. I fixed the download so if the file you download is named
If you’ve worked with unit test frameworks like
MbUnit for a while, you are probably all
too familiar with the set of assertion methods that come built into
these frameworks. For example:
Not too long ago I mentioned that a power surge bricked the Subtext
What followed was a comedy of errors on my part in trying to get this
sucker back to life. Let my sleep deprived misadventures be a cautionary
tale for you.
My friend Scott
Hanselman is on a
mission to raise $50,000 and then some for the American Diabetes
Association to help fund the search for a cure.
I am a total
when it comes to working with Linux. The only experience I have with
Unix is in college when I used to pipe the manual of
trn via the
write command to unsuspecting classmates. If I remember correctly,
this is how you do it.