Monthly Archives: March 2014

how to rename System Center VMM server

I took the liberty of renaming my System Center VMM server today.. Didn’t think too much about it first.. I just got tired of typing WinVMM2012R2.. so I shortened it to VMM. Well.. after a couple of reboots.. and renaming … Continue reading

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how to search through all varchar/nvarchar or text fields for a string

So I’ve been playing around with HyperV extensively. I took the liberty of renaming my System Center VMM server today.. Didn’t think too much about it first.. I just got tired of typing WinVMM2012R2.. so I shortened it to VMM. … Continue reading

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Go Desktops? Replace your DVD drive with space for 6 small hard drives.

This is amazing as well.  I would love to put an extra 6 Solid State Drives (SSD) in about 10 different machines right now. http://204.14.213.185/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817998144 Thermaltake RC1600101A MAX-1562 5.25″ (x1) Bay to 2.5″ (x6) Bay Mobile Rack HDD Canister (12) … Continue reading

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Got Desktops? Replace your DVD drive with space for 2 more harddrives. Preferably SSD.

I ran across this today.. looks amazing.. you can easily add 2 small hard drive bays – hot swap – to the bottom of a DVD drive. It’s amazing to me that it’s only $69. I swear, back before I … Continue reading

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Tracking Protection Lists

this has got to be the coolest thing that I’ve ever seen. why doesn’t Microsoft advertise stuff like this better? looks like it is ‘Internet Explorer Only’.. that’s allright.. IE rocks, it’s my fave browser easily. I was doing some … Continue reading

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database abstraction

Database setup this software uses databank package to abstract out the data storage for the system. Any databank driver should work. Couchbase, MongoDB and Redis are probably the best bets for production servers, but the disk or even memory drivers can work for … Continue reading

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forever

forever A simple CLI tool for ensuring that a given node script runs continuously (i.e. forever) https://www.npmjs.org/package/forever

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Internet Explorer ROCKS. Have I already told you this?

Internet Explorer & Modern Web Standards Modern web applications require support for the latest web standards. With Internet Explorer 11, we have delivered our most standards-compliant browser ever, including extensive support for industry standards such as HTML5, CSS3, SVG, WebGL, … Continue reading

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Google Docs adding support for 3rd party add-ons

Wow this looks interesting. Too bad that Microsoft has offered this for TWENTY YEARS NOW!   Bring a little something extra to Docs and Sheets with add-ons Posted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 You use Google Docs and Sheets to get all … Continue reading

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This is ridiculous. XP is 13 years old

I was *VERY* sad when Windows 2000 only had a lifespan that lasted about 2 years.  Windows 2000 to ME is what Windows XP is to most other people. Stability, simplicity, performance. I never cared for the extra blue themes, … Continue reading

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