Good news, all three of you that follow this blog and are interested in my ShutOff application: it's almost done! Luckily it hasn't taken me over twelve years to get to this point! Last week I realised that twelve years brings with it a new era: the death of anything before Windows XP, and the … Continue reading ShutOff 2000 Update
30 seconds of pain. Mortifying. Two ways to describe my first television advert on Lloydminster's local news channel. I did it as a favour for a chartered plane company in town, and when you take into account that I didn't want to do any lines on camera, the end result wasn't too bad. To save … Continue reading Canadian television debut
Speaking of tribute pages, here's one to the immortal Tom Selleck, sent to me by Aidan. (He also sent me to this Dave Coulier shrine.)
Since I've moved everything to WordPress, I was able to use a WordPress plugin for my David Hasselhoff Tribute Page, which you can now find here.
Today at the clinic, we did the second of three phases of network reorganisation. In the first phase, which we completed a week ago, our new server was set up with the EMR software, all data was migrated from the old server, and the vendor remoted in to make sure everything was up and running. … Continue reading What I did today
Thus far I have made it through 11 of the MCM videos on SQLSkills.com, as well as the associated demos. There is a large amount of information in these videos, and I've been learning a lot. The point of this training next year is to fill in the blanks. I consider my T-SQL skills for … Continue reading SQL Preparation, Part the Second