Taken from my roof the day following the F5 tornado on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Okla.
This morning I ran into a couple of issues with my local installation of AppFabric (which I use for dev and testing) and figured I would post the quick solutions
Using AppFabric for Windows Server is a very solid choice for a distributed application cache back end for web farms. However when preparing to roll this out several weeks ago,
I’ve been test driving Microsoft’s awesome new Visual Studio Tools for Git for since it was announced on January 30 and decided to take the plunge and make it the
I’ve been playing with the new (better? improved?) support for zip files in .NET 4.5 and ran into some issues recently where I couldn’t read the contents of an archive
I’m bringing up a new workstation at home and decided to give Windows 8 a shot. I’ve been running it in a VM at work for some time now with
I really hate to see bishops disagree; but in this case, I firmly stand behind Archbishop Coakley!
I hate Git. That is all.