Let’s say you make a reminder in iOS7 and set an alarm for some future time. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2013
In for a penny, in for a pound…
I historically eschewed Apple products because of the closed ecosystem and what I felt was an oversimplification of their software products. Everything “just worked”, but in mysterious ways. Continue reading
SQL Saturday #238
I will be attending SQL Saturday #238 tomorrow– or rather, later today.
I am amazed at the quantity and quality of *free* training available for SQL Server in the form of blog posts, webinars, training videos, user group meetings, and SQL Saturdays (an entire day of free, seminar-style training provided by industry experts– often Microsoft MVPs or Microsoft Certified Masters).
I’m grateful to the community for putting these events together.
A scribnasium is built.
My wife thought it was a horrible name. She thought it sounded like an infection.
I thought it was a clever portmanteau of “scribe” and “gymnasium”– as in, a place where words could get some exercise.
She might be right, but the domain was available and I was off to the races. Continue reading