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The Dangers of Consolidation
It has been said that technology in general, and automation in particular, simply make it easier for humans to propagate errors much faster than they could otherwise do so. This morning, I awoke to find that none of my scripts – on any of my machines Read More...
The Tangled Web of Troubleshooting
As the connectivity between various systems becomes more intricate and complex, the risk of tricky configuration problems grows considerably.  When such problems finally manifest themselves, they are usually harder to identify and resolve.  Read More...
Weird Blogging Error...
Every now and then, for reasons that I have yet to pin down, when I make a blog post, it will be available for a few minutes, and then it will generate an error if I try to reach it directly. It will be fine enough to edit, and it will show up fine on Read More...
It's been a busy day...
Today was a looooong day, with plenty of learning opportunities. As a result, this is a loooong post, with plenty of opportunities to induce boredom. Anyhoo... This morning, at 5:45am ET, I violated one of my very own technical deployment rules and decided Read More...
Upgrading my CS installation to .NET 2.0
After a long bout of troubleshooting , we finally made the determination that the reason why the Community Credit Add-on for CommunityServer.org wouldn't work on any of my installation, is that it is a .NET 2.0 application, and I've been running CS on Read More...
Fun with Website Upgrades (Community Server)
There's a reason why you shouldn't generally perform website upgrades in the middle of the night, when sleep is calling you. The good folks over at Telligent surprised me today by releasing Community Server 2.1 just hours after I'd upgraded my corporate Read More...