March 2004 Blog Posts

Scripts and Source Control - 102

In the comments section of my SCRIPT IT post, Lisa asked a couple of questions for clarification. These were a good reminder to me that some of the things that I just take for granted these days are actually very new concepts to others who haven't had the same experience. So rather than just post a reply in comments, I thought it'd be worth a post unto its own.

Networking - The Business Kind

One of the most common questions I get when someone finds out that I've been self-employed for 12 years is, “How do you get new business?” Here's how...

MSDD: Securing a Login Form

At the lunch break, one of the people I was talking to said, “Instead of showing us how to hack an unsecure login page, why don't they just build a secure login page component we can use?”. Well guess what we saw during the closing session...

MSDD: No WiFi? No Big Deal.

My first thoughts were, "Was this a conscious decision, or merely an oversight? Why wouldn't Microsoft provide this?" And it bothered me a little bit... But now looking back on the day, I'm glad it wasn't there.

Return from Microsoft DevDays (MSDD) 2004

Got home a little while ago from the largest attended MS DevDays event in the United States...Overall, I'd say it was a great one-day event.

Tonight at the Blogger Meetup

Blogger Meetup on St. Patrick's Day

Words to Ponder From a Self-Made Multi-Millionaire

He said a couple of things that really stuck in my brain, and I thought I'd share them with you...