Once again I put on a fireworks show for the Fourth of July. As per my standard, each year becomes bigger and better. However, this year was difficult because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to see the show, preparation, bloopers, and lessons learned.Read More »
The Internet was created in simpler times. The various principles which formed it are under constant challenge. Over time the Internet has gone from a research curiosity to a mainstream utility.
The openness of cyberspace is heavily challenged by various competing interests. Read on about the struggle, various players, and what can be done.Read More »
Network problems with connecting to SQL Server can be daunting. DBAs have various levels of proficiency in networking. It ranges from deep working knowledge to very primitive. Here I outline some basic network troubleshooting techniques that will help you navigate the issue.
Read on to see how to troubleshoot basic networking issues at the command line.Read More »
Computer Science week and Hour of Code™ are back again in 2018. This year I volunteered at a middle school in Raleigh. It was my 3rd time volunteering and another great experience! Read on to hear about the event…
Today I want to tell the story of my Logitech Skype TV Cam from years ago. I had to destroy it.
Warning: tech gore ahead! If you want to see this camera destroyed then continue reading…
Last year I completed a project in my house to wire most of it with cat 6 Ethernet cable. See how I did it with lots of pictures.
I have volunteered in the Hour of CodeTM for the second time this year. This year and last I went to 2 schools and worked with elementary school children on the basics of code.