I need to get into the habit of blogging more often. I haven’t even been twittering much lately…
You’ve probably noticed the visual update to my blog by now. I got tired of the default WordPress theme. I had to tweak this one a bit to get it to behave the way I want, but overall it’s pretty nice. A few weeks ago I added the live chat widget as well, which so far has attracted comments from exactly two people. Come on, I know there’s more of you out there!
My new job is going well. The current project I’m working on is a migration script to fix some datetimes that may have been incorrectly converted to GMT. If you’ve done any programming around timezone conversions, you’ll know it’s a blast! … Ok, it’s not that bad. It’s actually kind of fun, in a weird way.
On the “my projects” front, I’ve converted the OpenVP Subversion repository to two separate Git repositories, and created a third for the metadata pipeline project. Check them out on Gitorious.
I’ve started playing Black & White on my lunch break. The voice acting is a little iffy, but the gameplay is good after you figure out what you’re doing. (Which, ironically, doesn’t happen until you leave the tutorial island.) Oh, and I got the Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii. I’ve only played the first on GameCube, but absolutely loved it. Can’t wait to tackle the two sequels.
That’s all for now.
5 Replies to “Yet another monolithic update”
Very nice new layout
i wanna’ implement a form application that has transaction with sql server 2005 via the form itself.
i’ve done it with a console application but i need to do it in a form.(just like binding a database to some control abjects in c# forms). is it possible by using gtk# and sql#?
If you are speaking of doing data binding with Gtk#, you might want to look at this project: http://gtk-databind.sourceforge.net/
I’m not exactly sure what “Sql#” is, so I can’t comment on that.
SQL: Structured Query Language
Never actually done any coding/programming before, so don’t ask me anything about it, just check out the Wiki before somebody wreaks havoc on it. 😉
I know what SQL is, but Rose said Sql#. I haven’t heard of such a thing, unless perhaps she meant Linq?
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