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I’m so glad this week is over.

I just want to say good luck to everyone who interviewed! (Brother Nguyen, this is why I wasn’t able to post.) This week was completely put me out of whack! First off, we didn’t even win ONE SINGLE game in the World Series, and not only that, we had so many chances to pull through, […]

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World Series, here we come!

There aren’t any words that can describe my feelings right now about the Astros. We have persistence, adversity, and the pennant. Monday night’s game at home was quite a disappointment, but last night’s game made up for everything! Some friends and I hit up Fox Sports Grill in the Galleria and it was free beers […]

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Checkout the *.resx file.

But the only way you’ll be able to do this is if it was checked-in in the first place! Background: So I checked out the entire ASP.NET/C# solution and related files in the repository and open it. It all seems to be working just fine until I hit an *.aspx code behind page. At first […]

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1, 2, 3, or 4?

KVM is the solution. Remote Desktop didn’t work as I expected. There was always a delay and I had a problem connecting to one stingy laptop. I picked up a KVM Extreme Miniview 4 Port KVMP Switch at Altex on the way home. It was a present for myself for having a really good interview […]

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C# and C++.

So I’ve been doing C# for a while. This ACM competition we’re practicing for is AWESOME, but it’s in C++! C# babys programmers and abstracts the really hardcore stuff away from the users, which is good, but it has version 2.0 coming out and the version 3.0 features are already being published. C++ doesn’t have […]