Month: July 2006

Landis Doping?

Oh hell…I hope not.  Right now the story from ESPN is that his first sample tested positive for testosterone.  They’re currently doing a test on his second sample. As a cycling fan, this might be […] Read More

The Big Lebowski Short

I came across this little gem (video link containing adult language) through Brad Feld.  It’s a shortened version of The Big Lebowski, focusing on one of the more popular words used throughout the movie.  It’s condensed […] Read More

How Many of Us Are There??

For a few years now I’ve known of another Ryan McIntyre.  This one is in the IT industry as well, although now more on the VC side of the world (at least from the sounds […] Read More

Ampersand in Binding Script

Came across something new today (imagine that!)  I was packaging up a new release that adds, among other things, a send port going to an FTP site.  The name of the target folder on the FTP […] Read More

The Art of The Finish

I came across The Art of The Finish post by D. Keith Robinson through my Lifehacker feed.  Very good advice on things to keep in mind when tackling a project, software or otherwise.  It seems […] Read More

Convert object to decimal

Yesterday Bill (boss) asked if I could help a non-.NET developer with a .NET problem they were having at another client.  Of course, I said “sure”.  Therein begins the saga… David and I spent 30 […] Read More

Corporate Blogging Take 1

A little while back I was in a meeting at work discussing different ways to reach out to employees.  We currently use a monthly meeting that has a set topic, but attendance was going down.  […] Read More