Great Stuff From 2014
All the great articles I found and reshared throughout 2014 that deserve another look at year's end. Developer related and some funny.
Removing SSL v2 and v3 From Windows Servers for the POODLE Vulnerability
I had three Windows servers on the public internet that were identified as having the POODLE vulnerability.
ASP.NET MVC Infinite Scrolling - Lazy loading data onto your MVC view.
If you've got a large set of data that you want lazy loaded, here's one solution.
Apple Delivered A Free Album And Broke User Expectations About The User's Music Library
Apple delivered/pushed free music to 500,000 iTunes accounts. Some people reacted negatively, and it's kind of understandable.
Create A Windows Shortcut To Run As a Different Domain User
I frequently need to run SSMS as a different domain user. Here's how to create a shortcut to run an application under different Active Directory credentials.
How To Pick Your Reaction To Offensive Things In A Professional Environment
I received an email with mildly sexist content, and I debated how to react to it carefully.
Azure Node.js SDK Library Table Storage Is Frustrating For Complex Objects
I'm moving from blob storage to table storage and finding that the table storage APIs are frustrating.
Overcast: Stats As A Feature
Podcast stats would be neat.
Getting Comfortable Contributing To Open Source
Starting to contribute to GitHub projects, from a newbie's perspective. Lessons learned early.
Overcast First Thoughts / Mini Review
I love podcast apps. This one hits a home run on day 1.
Create A New Windows Application Event Log With PowerShell
Stop writing to the Windows legacy Application event log. It's a nasty dumping ground.
Xamarin Studio Sample Apps Have Some Problems
I had some problems with the Xamarin sample apps in my first encounter with Xamarin Studio.
More Readable Code With Extension Methods
Fewer complicated condition checks. Useful if you have lots of OR checks on the same item in a condition.
Upgrading to Mirth Connect 3
How to upgrade your Mirth Connect to Version 3.
Tech Partisanship Is Stupid
So you prefer iPhone over Android? Linux over OS X? Are you loud about it?
Podcast Round-Up 2014
A collection of podcasts I listen to and recommend.
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