Welcome to “What Gon Wants”, a new series of technology and products that make working in the IT fields a little less stressful.
Gon wants this! Older ChromeBooks are pretty good for what they do, but they are more limited than I like. This bad boy has 4GB of memory, and you can use it with one or two external monitors! I could replace a workstation or two at work with this!
One of the problems that I run into when using virtual machines in Windows Azure is that I don’t get the easy to use checkpoints. I guess you still don’t! But at least you get some kind of method. http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2014/01/24/create-backups-of-virtual-machines-in-windows-azure-by-using-powershell.aspx I’ll have to look further into it to see what the officially supported/correct way of […]
I only learned today that a good friend passed away in 2006 after a long battle with MS. I loved her, and dearly miss her. Every so often I reflect back on Dear Alexis, and I remember the website that she worked on so often. Here it is, if you’d like to check it out. […]
Taken from: http://www.red-gate.com/supportcenter/Content.aspx?p=SQL%20Comparison%20SDK&c=knowledgebaseSQL_Comparison_SDKKB200809000297.htm Category: SDK, API & Command line Date: 15 May 2009 Product: SQL Comparison SDK When executing a synchronization script created by the SQL Comparison SDK, it may be desired that some ad-hoc queries be intermixed with the SQL produced by the Red Gate APIs. Because the BlockExecutor class can only run SQL […]
I’ve been working with some really great software lately, and need to keep my own Knowledge Base for critical issues.
It all started with an $800 cell phone bill! $800! Arghghghghghg!!! So I called Sprint, switch my plan, made some payments, and the very next month it was back up to $800!!! Those bastards! Yes, more overages, plus due to where and how I was working for the month, I was using call-forwarding, and crap, […]
I have so many Information Technology issues on the table at any given moment, due to my work and school schedules that I have a hard time keeping it all organized. Therefore, this overall page will serve as a menu of “what’s going on”, and you can look to the feature sub-blogs for more information! […]
As a student of Information Technology at South University I collected many pieces of documentation, software, and other works that I posted on my original site. My professors at South University were excellent, and I reccomend them highly. To learn more, please click the graphic below! Now that I’m a proud holder of my Bachelors […]