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Sydney SQL Server User Group meets tonight from 5:30pm at Microsoft Reactor. Tonight’s Speaker: Victor Isakov (MCA, MCM, MCT, MVP) More details here. Tonight will cover: With support for Linux and Containers SQL Server 2017 opened up a new world of possibilities for Microsoft. SQL Server 2019 will bring to market a new modern data […]
From @haveibeenpwned on Twitter New breach: Email address validation service Verifications.io left 763M email addresses exposed in an open MongoDB instance, many of which also had accompanying gender, DOB and other personal attributes. 66% were already in @haveibeenpwned. Check your email address now at haveibeenpwned.com Read more details about the discovery of the breach on […]
Telerik have are looking for users of Telerik’s Fiddler webproxy and debugging tool for beta testing of new features. To join their Insider Program and get early access to try and test their newest features click here.
A nice segway if 3 easy things to improve your productivity. Objects in motion tend to stay in motion. Find a way to get started in less than 2 minutes. It’s not just about working hard, it’s also about working on the right things. You have a limited amount of force and where you apply […]
I’d like to tell my junior self that in 10 years, there wasn’t a single bug I didn’t eventually solve one way or the other. Even bugs that seem extremely scary, are eventually conquered. — Read on michaelscodingspot.com/2019/01/10/11-things-i-wish-i-could-tell-myself-as-a-junior-software-developer/
Geeklog was a great CMS to start my professional blog with (many many many many years ago). Sadly Geeklog’s code doesn’t get enough love and updates to keep it modern, so the time has come to say So long Geeklog, and Thanks for All the Fish
iOS 7.1 has changed the security requirements for installing over-the-air (OTA) / enterprise apps to require the .plist file to be delivered over https Cannot install applications because the certificate for www.example.com is not valid If you’re receiving the above error message when attempting to install your own iOS OTA / enterprise app, you’ll need […]