Wow, it’s been a while…
I’ve been testing the REST API for Salesforce’s Radian6. It’s very straightforward, but I spent HOURS trying to get it to work in .NET (C#). I thought that it made sense to further document it here, and hopefully up the Google hit count.
Making a REST […]
I would highly recommend the Node.js / MongoDB tutorial for making a RESTful web service here. It nicely combines all of the required technologies, so you get to learn multiple things at once.
Don’t have a lot to say here, but it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Mostly, I tried installing and running the latest version of Ubuntu on my Mac in VirtualBox, and it sucked. Really slow refreshing of windows and widgets. I even tried enabling 3D acceleration, especially as suggested
I’ve been working a lot recently on an internal project for a large software company, and we’re doing it in Google App Engine with Google Cloud SQL behind it. I like this combo, because it allows me to code a pretty powerful web […]
As I’ve written about already in my first post, I’m also a musician, although my gigs are much less frequent these days. As such, having good charts available for musicians that I’ve never played with before is essential (I just did a gig this week where I met the bass […]
It seems that some of the success in coding comes from no more than persistence. A lot of what I do to get stuff to work takes trial and error.
For example: I was trying to get something modified in SharePoint 2010: specifically, make it so that when the user uploaded a document, the user […]
If you’ve come looking for my music site, so sorry, but that’s gone away. It seemed silly to have it up given the fact that I’m spending most of my time playing with computers these days, and rarely perform my original music (although I have been known to play some blues from time to time).