Welcome to the site, my name is Jeff and I have been working in the IT field since the early 90's. Most of what I post here is related to work that I do for the various companies that I have worked for over the years. Please feel free to look around ask questions or post comments (if available).
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Windows Server 8 Beta Failover Clustering and PowerShell
So the last two posts (one, two) were just some screenshots and comments as I went through and created a failover cluster. To be fair this wasn’t the first go round with the cluster I created one earlier with just one computer so I could see the PowerShell stuff.
Customized DOS Shell
A fair amount of my time is spent at the command-line, and as such I want it to work in a particular way. Since I don’t want to lose this information the next time I need to set this up, I figured I’d write it down someplace.
Google Reader feed to Blogengine blogroll.xml
So I wanted the list of blogs I follow in Google Reader to be displayed on my website. Blogengine uses XML files for just about everything, so I decided I would see how difficult it was to convert the Google Reader OPML to a format suitable for Blogengine. The first step is to export your list to an OPML file, once you have that you need to grab this XSLT file that will handle the conversion and finally some sort of utility that will read in the OPML and XSLT and output the appropriate XML.
So I’ve spent the past few days working up a new theme for the site. I’ve been wanting something that looked similar to a newspaper, and I think I came pretty close.
Welcome to the new site
I’ve been running on an OpenVZ server from PhotonVPS for quite some time now. That server was running on Ubuntu Server 9.10 (I was wrong Carson), and the site was running on Django. I’ve had no complaints for the most part, Photon has always been very prompt and aside from the few minor annoyances which seemed to plague Carson and Nick more than I, it’s been fun.