Monthly Archives: January 2013

Cat 5 wiring

I purchased a network and coax wall plate at Home Depot a long time ago (GE Model 73331). Turns out there’s no wiring diagram with it which is not helpful at all. The internet tells you how to wire it … Continue reading

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IIS 7.5 Default Document doesn’t work

Weird, I’m in Integrated mode running a .NET 4.0 application and the default document looks set but its not working. I get a 404 for the / page. First I checked the web.config for the site and it looks fine: … Continue reading

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Getting ready for triathlon 2011–the night before

This year I’m going to drive the van in near and park it near the Hyatt at 720 South Michigan. I’ll probably walk that way in the morning after I drop off the bike anyway. I’ll have around 2 hours … Continue reading

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SQL Trace

Here’s why we don’t use the client to run profiler. You can keep an eye on it here: When this problem occurs, you notice the following symptoms if you query the master.dbo.sysprocesses system table in the instance of SQL Server: … Continue reading

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Deck

A few weeks ago I replaced a board on the deck outside the back of the house. It was a 16 foot piece for $15 and when I put it down it was so nice I decided to redo the … Continue reading

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NUnit and config files

This one took over an hour to figure out: http://nunit.net/blogs/?p=9 Trick was that if you use nunit project that’s different than calling the DLL directly. Dang. I did see a setting that looked interesting but not sure exactly how it … Continue reading

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