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I have tried a number of different solutions for getting my iTunes library on my remote machine(s). Within my local network iTunes takes just a few seconds using Zeroconf / BonjourÂ technology to find my library and then a few more seconds to load the XML file containing the definitions my 60GB + of music. Until [...]
I’ve had alot of people asking me what a war room is. See the expression on those faces…. THAT my friends, is a software project war room.
It’s official! I am working with a couple of others on a startup that will be offering small business and residental computer repair (and potentially sales) in the Grand Rapids area. I will be documenting alot of the process of our start-up here so stay tuned. For now here is a glimpse of the logos [...]
Thank you Bluehost for the wonderful years of service you have given me thus far. I can’t count the number of times that besides hosting my site, I have hosted a file I needed to share with someone up on this server and have never been disappointed by the level of service that I have [...]
Got Married in Jamaica!!!!!!! Had a reception back home Landed 3 new projects Made a move out to Quixtar for my daytime contract Got a new 60″ 1080p SXRD TV Got an iPhone!!!!! Got a hackable little Nokia 770 So no I haven’t really fallen off the face of the earth…I’ve just been doing instead [...]
I’ve been doing a lot of talking to some peers recently about what it takes to be a developer as well as what it takes to stay at the top of your game. I will reiterate that I am talking about developers or “software engineers” rather than programmers or “script kiddies” who program for fun but either cannot or choose [...]
April 9th begins a new chapter in my life.Â Things are changing rapidly and I am ready. Check back then for a look at what is coming.
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So lately I have been doing a lot of research into DNSSD. Here are my findings including but not limited to an explanation of what DNSSD is, how it can be used in .NET development with code samples, and a list of external resources.