.NET Rocks!

I recently had the impossible task of making one of my applications work on OS X. The school uses Microsoft SQL Server 2000 to house its huge volumes of data. The server is integrated with Active Directory to allow for trusted connections. This means that when a client connects to the server, they need only to authenticate locally in the domain. This makes password and privilege maintenance much easier.

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Jumping on the Bandwagon

"Why would anyone care to read my opinions on a website?" That was the excuse I used for never having started my own blog. And for the longest time I was comfortable with that.

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