People often ask me why grammar and sentence structure and so on are important. From now on, I’ll simply tell them that without it, you end up with explosive search dogs.
My take on current affairs and news.
Interesting coverage of a document repository system in SharePoint 2010 I recently implemented for a client based in Ireland.
I’m very pleased to say that I recently passed the 70-448 and 70-452 Microsoft exams in Business Intelligence. These were by far the hardest Microsoft exams I’ve done, not surprising really since SSAS is a huge subject on its own – when you throw in SSIS and SSRS as well, […]
I’m booked in for some more Firebrand fun pain – this time in Business Intelligence in SQL Server. Firebrand is a unique way of getting certified fast – they’ll cram 6 months’ work in to a week… expect long days, no sleep, caffeine highs, and you’ll be a walking zombie […]
I’ve just spent the last week in absolute misery updating my SharePoint certifications. Firebrand training has always been hardcore, but this was the hardest yet! 7 days of intensive tuition and testing. However, it was all worth it as I successfully fulfilled both commitments of the SharePoint 2010 MCPD (TS […]
I’ve been using the Thornton Technical CMS on this site and Four Shore for nearly 3 years. It started out as a simple way for me to publish those two sites (and as something of a challenge to see if I could write a decent CMS). And whilst I had […]
So the story is that of the Airbus crashing into the Hudson river. Captain C.B. Sully Sullenberger and the crew did a great job in ditching the plane in to the Hudson river, after it struck a flock of birds. All 150 people onboard survived, with about 80 of them […]