Ever thought it would be a good idea to catch bugs before they happen?
Or how about testing that actively works for you, instead of heckling your efforts.
Interested? Read on, and let me know your thoughts!Read more or comment
Open source – some people still criticize it. Solarwinds is not an open source company, but maybe they should consider the idea.
There is a lot more at stake, too. Read on, and let me know what you think!Read more or comment
There are better tools for success than writer’s block and a stylish artisan’s ennui. As with many things in life, hauling halyards and time spent at a sailboat’s tiller teaches natural lessons. A sailboat isn’t just a vessel, she’s a philosopher of keen insight.
Read on, see what I learned about writing from crossing a lake, and let me know what you think!Read more or comment
So what, exactly, is cross platform RESTful paradigm optimization? Add Bacos, croutons, a dollop of ranch dressing, and it’s a good start on a nice word salad. Other than that, it’s nothing very specific.
Such is the nature of buzzwords. They are useful if they refine meaning for your audience, toxic otherwise. The Lynyrd Skynyrd crowd already knows what NASCAR means. Mars colonists 500 years from now might have no idea what you’re talking about.
Fortunately, there are ways to avoid OOPS, or Overtly Obfuscated Prolixity Syndrome. Read on for some thoughts, and if you had to look up prolixity, no worries. It’s not exactly common in conversation. Neither are specialty buzzwords.Read more or comment
Spreadsheets aren’t just for bean counters – they can be a great way to organize logging or other system data.
GridLog makes it as easy to create a nicely formed spreadsheet with categorized logging as it is to write to plain old text files nobody will notice.
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