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I’m Moving.

My blog will be here starting March 1, 2006. I’ll start using Google Analytics to track my pages. Hopefully I won’t have to copy/paste the script EVERYTIME I post. There should be something I can do in the templates. Meanwhile, I’ll be redoing my website…yet again.

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Right Tool for the Right Job.

We have been working on a (.NET, C#) project (yes, believe it or not we still are) and ran into something about ExecuteScalar and ExecuteNonQuery. We needed to know when to use each. I just got an article today that explains what to do and what not to do. Simple? Yes. Common knowledge? Well, we […]

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UH Cougar Basketball.

We’re awesome this year. I never really paid attention until I heard we were 17-6 (7-3; C-USA) and we were on a 7 game winning streak. After tonight’s game, were are 18-6 (8-3 ; C-USA) and on a EIGHT game winning streak! The next home game is Wednesday, March 1 against RICE. Their record is […]

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VS .NET versus Eclipse.

Visual Studio .NET 2003 versus Eclipse 1.3.1 (Web Tools Platform). So, even though I only have a few days (7 workings days to be exact) with Eclipse, there are already a few of things I wish Visual Studio could do.1. CTRL + mouse click to get to the variable/function/etc. declaration.2. Very lightweight. I can get […]

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Java/Eclipse and METRO.

So I’ve downloaded and installed Eclipse 3.1.2 and JDK (1.)5.0. I’m learning the basics: threads, collections, exceptions, and i/o from the Sun tutorials. What I need is a small project that uses all the above concepts as well as XML (FpML), both reading and writing. Maybe a RSS reader? (YES, again…) I’m not sure. Let […]