If you don’t know who Rodney Dangerfield is, you’re missing out. Now, my life is nowhere near a bad as the life of Dangerfield’s characters. But, man, it feels like it some days.
Windows is very “expensive” compared to Linux for running a simple web server…. Lesson learned.
After a year (or more) of struggling with getting good SEO for a website I cobbled together, my client and I have decided to bite the bullet and switch out custom .NET site over to WordPress. This was a much taller order than I had hoped. Worse, we’ve lost some functionality along the way.
A while ago we launched a new website that was built around a core of Google services. This site has some interesting features. Nothing ground-breaking. But it does illustrate just how much you can do with the Google developer APIs.
Like most .NET developers, I use an application configuration file to store information that will be needed by my application at run-time. But what happens if you want to change the values that your application is using while the application is running? Fear not: there is a solution!
Most of my experiments have used good ole WordPress as the basic web platform with my SEO experiments as an overlay. Today, I’m trying something different. I’ve created a pure HTML set of two pages on which I’m offering some of my father’s poetry for sale. I will be manually setting all the same tricks… Continue reading Do it by hand – EnOndaRadial.com
So I finally gave in and updated my blog engine. It was (almost) a seamless experience.
The next few weeks and months will have me working with new technology from Apache: SOLR, HADOOP, and Pig. Read how I got myself in this mess, and how I hope to get out of it.
It turns out that there is “pseudo inheritance” (my term) possible in CSS. Here’s a quick-n-dirty.