I've been bugged about a few things. One is this blog. The other is my weight. So, I'm going to see about bringing them together. I currently weight about 230lbs. I haven't gotten much exercise recently, so that would have alot to do with it. My goal is to drop 15 lbs. My theories for doing this are going to be this to start: Stop eating so much. I probably eat more than I should, so nows the time to cut back. Stop eating crap. I like sweets, and they aren't good for me. I'm not going to go cold turkey, just limit myself. Exercise. I'll spend at least 30 minutes every other day exercising, of some sort.
Refuctoring is the process of taking a well-designed piece of code and, through a series of small, reversible changes, making it completely unmaintainable by anybody except yourself. Comprehensive regression testing guarantees that nobody will be any the wiser. Link to Original Article
Andrei's Blog about Lotus Domino and other things: Prohibit users to trigger agents from web : "Posted by Andrei Kouvchinnikov" When developing agents, it's easy to forget that every agent can be triggered from web with agentname?OpenAgent URL. Such agent invocation can cause unpredictable results. To avoid this, developer has these 2 options: 1) Hide agent from web using property "hide design element from: Web browsers" 2) Programmatically find out if the agent is triggered from web and exit Sub Initialize ev=Evaluate("@ClientType") If ev(0)="Web" Then Exit Sub 'Do not run agent if triggered from web 'here goes the rest of the code 'which will be executed in Notes client but not on web End Sub
I did a web search on "Wild Unknown" tonight... It came up with this from a song by Jimmy Buffett... I think I'll finnd some way to use it... Let me twirl In my world Out in the wild unknown Don't bug me Don't mug me That's all I have to say.
We have this database at work that started growing last week. We only noticed it because we got a message from the server that we were running low on disk space. Upon investigation, an archive database had grow by about 12 GB over the past few days. No, it’s important to note that this database doesn’t get anything added to it, it’s only there for reporting purposes, nor are there any views being added to the database, it is essentially static. It’s grown to the point that until we figure out what’s wrong with it, we’ve moved it to another server, but it’s still adding about 5 GB per day in space. We’ve compacted the indexes, compacted the database and nothing seems to work… If we make a new replica, it starts out at the correct size (about 29 GB) but then starts growing itself. Anyone come across this before?
Yann Martel wrote a book called Life of Pi . Among other things, it is about a tiger and a man in a lifeboat. It became a very popular book, and has brought him onto the national scene. He's got a new project underway. It's titled "What is Stephen Harper Reading?". His goal is to ensure that Stephen Harper has things to do with his "stillness" that will enhance or extend his "stillness", and quite possibly enlighten his cultural knowledge at the same time. Link: http://whatisstephenharperreading.ca/
Due to some problems with the reliability of my webhost, I'm in the market for a new one... I've found one that looks like it has potential... Jotahost.com is based in India, but their servers are in Miami, FL... I think I'll give them a try...
So, I did some investigation today as to whether an authenticated domino web user still has access to attachments in documents that they have no access to. The easy answer would be no, but from what I’ve found, it seems that yes, the user may still have access to it. There is documentation on the IBM website that brings up the entire web client and attachment access, you can read it here: http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21085155 It discusses the $v2AttachmentOption internal field that exists in Domino 4.6 an later. I’ve followed their instructions, but found that as long as I had the exact URL of the attachment, I could still access the attachment, even though I didn’t have access to the document the attachment belongs to. It turns out, that although it wasn't stated, $V2Attachment Option isn't a security measure, but simply one to hide the attachment on a web document.
Jake's running a week-long "Speed Week" on how to speed up page loads in Domino (and in general) over at Codestore. Monday - Analyse Your Page Tuesday - Limit Use of Images Wednesday - Combining Resources
Seth Godin has a good post on Sheepwalking . "I define "sheepwalking" as the outcome of hiring people who have been raised to be obedient and giving them a braindead job and enough fear to keep them in line." I think we've all worked with someone like that...
IBM has released a web page timer program. It allows you to see how long it takes to download a webpage, and all the elements that download, as well as how long they take. Check it out. http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/pagedetailer
I came across this, thought it was cute... If Architects were Web Developers... Dear Mr. Architect: Please design and build me a house. I am not quite sure of what I need, so you should use your discretion. My house should have somewhere between two and forty-five bedrooms. Just make sure the plans are such that the bedrooms can be easily added or deleted. When you bring the blueprints to me, I will make the final decision of what I want. Also, bring me the cost breakdown for each configuration so that I can arbitrarily pick one. Keep in mind that the house I ultimately choosemust cost less than the one I am currently living in. Make sure, however, that you correct all the deficiencies that exist in my current house (the floor of my kitchen vibrates when I walk across it, and the walls don't have nearly enough insulation in them). As you design, also keep in mind that I want to keep yearly maintenance costs as low as possible. This should mean the incorporation of extra-cost