Category: technical

A few years ago, one of the guys I work with was growing increasing frustrated with SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). His frustrations largely stemmed from the fact that SSMS’s Intellisense/autocomplete functionality sort of sucks. Sometimes it works ok, sometimes …

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The Idea So I’ve had this idea for a mobile app kicking around for quite a while. It was born out of my time I used nerdery to buy a PlayStation 3 on the cheap project, where I leveraged some automation I …

discovering and documenting the unpublished ksl classifieds api Read More »

I’ve got invitations to create a job seeker profile on Careers 2.0 available for anyone interested – just let me know. Things at the company are going well. You’ve got too much work to do and not enough people. You …

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Three years ago, I got the itch to play some video game baseball. It had been probably been 4-5 years since I’d owned any baseball games and I determined that the time had come. After a little online research, I …

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Disclaimer 1: This isn’t intended to be an in-depth, all-inclusive review/comparison of the two platforms – just some observations based on my experience, both software and hardware. I don’t claim to know everything about Macs or Mac OS at this …

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A while ago I wrote about optimizing the images on your website. In that post I mentioned that one of the tools that I’ve used for image optimization is an online tool offered by Yahoo called Smush.it. Well I have an …

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One quick and easy way to eek some extra performance out of your website is to optimize your site’s images. The idea is to retain image quality but reduce image size by stripping out unnecessary data from the images, making …

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