The Nebula R&D blog just got a complete overhaul. It’s now much faster, much more visually appealing, and mobile-friendly. I’m also refocusing toward D3-specific tips.
Long-time colleague Ian McGowan asked the following in Slack today: “Tony, what is the non-MV work you’re doing? How did that transition go? What’s the story? I’m asking for, uh, […]
I’m often called to remedy one-off issues in D3 environments, and to look at systems for family/friends when things start running slow. Most home/business environments share these common traits: Huge […]
This is for people who administer Google Groups in the MV community and elsewhere. I’ve been noticing over the last few months that emails I get from forums have two […]
I haven’t written here for a while but I thought I’d take a moment for something not related to development. Google “improved” Groups, and now everyone’s email addresses are exposed. […]
I want to make sure that the content in this blog is helpful, accurate, and in some respect entertaining. This entry sums up my overall goals. Comment would be greatly […]
I’m cleaning house here and boxing up a lot of old books and software. In some ways I feel like I’m closing a door on a former lifetime. Weird.
A public service announcement, and experiment with the human psyche. I repeat: Do not click the link!
My friend and colleague Kevin Powick recently posted a help wanted ad for consulting work: 30-40 hours per week at $35/hour over a period of about six months. One way […]
On a somber note, we all know what a living will is, or a last will for distributing our worldly goods, but how many people have a will that helps […]
I need to set this up briefly. I don’t just hang around in MV forums, I hang around in a lot of different forums. My latest venture was to the […]
In my last blog entry I mentioned a couple tools I use for tracking time. Today a forum posting mentioned the difficulty of doing accurate project estimates. I’ve made mistakes […]
I haven’t written many blog entries lately. I keep saving up material that I think would be interesting but somehow I never get to publishing it. Right now I’m looking […]
On another blog I read which focuses on Excel, the author is wondering whether he should keep the Archives sidebar (to the right) with the list of links by Month/Year. […]
I’m highly amused at attempts I’ve seen in public forums to munge email addresses.
If you’ve subscribed to this blog you probably received some automatic pings recently that changes have been made.
My first book, Using DesignBais, will be available soon. Here’s the current status. Comments and suggestions welcome.
Next week InterSystems will be hosting their annual Developer Conference (DevCon) in Orlando, Florida. I will be attending this event and I thought I’d share some reasons why.
I have code that updates the Outlook Calendar from MV apps. I decided to hook it up with DesignBais. This is just too cool.
Over a year ago I posted some freeware for Microsoft Outlook which eliminates junk out of email Subject lines. It really helps when searching and sorting. I update it periodically […]