Well, this was fun! Thanks Aaron.
Well, I've had this on my desktop for two weeks now, so I thought it was time to share. Not entirely accurate. They didn't have any hawaiin (that's not spelled right) shirts on the avatar maker. And where's the props? I need a mic!
This entry was posted on July 21, 2007 at 2:36 AM and has received 4421 views. There are currently 1 comments. Print this entry.
Wow! Ok, I'm not a big race fan. Races have two real moments of big excitement, the start and the finish. Other than the occasional wreck it's a bunch of cars going around in circles. Well, that's how I thought.
This entry was posted on May 27, 2007 at 11:16 PM and has received 4981 views. There are currently 0 comments. Print this entry.
Well, It's good to be back (so to speak). I had a nice bout of the stomach flu, and it was no fun. But now I'm back in the saddle and ready to go. I should post the next phase of my EXT UI DataGrid tutorial within the next few days, and I hope to get back to my Creating The View tutorial very shortly (next stop: Mach II).
This very minute, though, I'm sitting in the Nashville International Airport preparing to fly out for the weekend. My stepfather has been asking me, for half a decade now, to join him for the Indy 500. No reason to say no this year, so I'm waiting on a flight to Charlotte, North Carolina where I'll catch a connection to Dayton, Ohio. We're going to check out a few things in John's hometown before making the trip in Sunday for the race. I personally have never been a huge racing fan, but the Indy 500 is an event. It would be kind of like turning down a trip to the Kentucky Derby, the World Series, or the Super Bowl. So, I'm in for the new experience and little time with my step dad.
So, I'll try to knock out the next installment of my DataGrid tutorial while I wait around in airports. See if I can get this train moving again. I'll also fill you in on the fun of the weekend as I go along.
This entry was posted on May 26, 2007 at 11:24 AM and has received 4727 views. There are currently 0 comments. Print this entry.
Ben's visit is quickly approaching, and every stop on the tour (so far) he's announced another exciting new feature in our favorite platform. Aaron came out of his office today to announce that the giveaways are getting even bigger. Aside from raffling off a Scorpio license (to be given upon release), we'll also be giving away a copy of Flex Builder with Charting!
This entry was posted on May 4, 2007 at 12:37 AM and has received 9082 views. There are currently 2 comments. Print this entry.
I found myself, again, at a crossroads. Recently I decided to update my resume. I had accounts on Dice, Monster, CareerBuilder, and ComputerJobs from my last job search, so I decided it couldn't hurt to keep them up to date. I had been in my current position for sixteen months, learned a few things, accomplished various goals, and thought it would be a good idea.
This entry was posted on April 18, 2007 at 1:00 AM and has received 7532 views. There are currently 4 comments. Print this entry.
Well, it's been a busy year already. I've been working on the largest code rollout in the history of our company. 250+ templates in all. I'm thankful that we hired another senior developer in Andy Matthews, a great guy whom I already knew from our Nashville ColdFusion User Group. Although the initial project was in support of a new project relating to statistical usage reporting, encompassing user and session management, we have also begun a full scale rewrite of our session and application initialization. No small task with our system, and something that will be further enhanced in the coming year as we finalize our migration from ColdFusion MX 6.1 to 7.
This entry was posted on February 23, 2007 at 12:21 AM and has received 3380 views. There are currently 0 comments. Print this entry.
Per Tim's suggestion:
This entry was posted on January 28, 2007 at 11:51 PM and has received 3534 views. There are currently 0 comments. Print this entry.
Many years ago, probably while stationed at NSA, I sat down and wrote this poem while coming up with content for the 741st MI BN's newsletter, for their Memorial Day edition. Since then it has also appeared in the Ocean View, DE American Legion newsletter, the Ocean City, MD Veterans of Foriegn Wars newsletter, and an abbreviated version on Poetry.com. I thought the content was still fitting for this Veteran's Day, a gentle reminder to thank all of my brothers and sisters-in-arms who put their lives on the line in the name of freedom.
This entry was posted on November 11, 2006 at 11:25 AM and has received 4994 views. There are currently 3 comments. Print this entry.
A continuation of The History of Cutter and Computers
So, there I was, back into computers again. And, in my mind, this World Wide Web thing was gonna take off. I quickly got tired of perusing online porn day-in and day-out, IRC was boring, and people were really starting to try to make money. This new online bookstore of the day, Amazon.com, was really taking off in sales, even though they still weren't turning a profit.
This entry was posted on July 8, 2006 at 3:24 AM and has received 3089 views. There are currently 0 comments. Print this entry.
Husband, Father, Singer, Photographer, Poet, Priest, & Occasional Developer of ColdFusion Applications. I live and work just outside Nashville, TN with my wife, Teresa, and daughter, Savannah.
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library, most recent being
Learning Ext JS 3.2
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