Monthly Archives: October 2005

PowerPoint Slides from Birmingham

As promised here are the slides from the Free .Net Tools presentation:  Click here for the Powerpoint file (right click and save will work too). Give me a few days to mull over why yesterday’s presentation was terrible + what I should have done … Continue reading

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Birmingham Code Camp (with pics)

This post was to be titled Alabama Code Camp, but after yesterday’s success there are plans in the pipeline for at least one more Code Camp in Alabama. Who would have guessed the Code Camp idea would have become so successful? … Continue reading

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MUNDANE: Two weeks without work (in pics)

Due to paperwork issues the Gods blessed me with a two week vacation. What does a .Net workaholic do with two weeks off? A lot more than I show in these pics actually. Yeah it is all boring but I’ll bet … Continue reading

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Birmingham Code Camp

There are still spaces left for Alabama’s code camp which happens on Saturday 29th October. If you missed Atlanta’s then why not try this one – we know the price is right. The Agenda is interesting; there are an unbelievable … Continue reading

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Charleston Code Camp (with pics)

Boy am I late blogging about this one. Well it was a great day with many great speakers, info on who spoke about what is still up here: http://www.gcnug.org/Default.aspx?tabid=81   Everyone I met was very friendly including these guys I … Continue reading

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SysInternals Root Kit Revealer

Episode nine of Steve Gibson’s Security Now podcast covered Rootkits – I thought I knew what a root kit is but was wrong. As always Steve’s podcast starts out very basic, but the latter halves normally teach someone of my level … Continue reading

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RANT: Robotic Fish (with pics)

By now you may well have heard about the Robotic Fish that the BBC covered yesterday: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4313266.stm This was another occasion where I saw a friend of mine from University days have fifteen minutes of fame. The chap in the … Continue reading

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