Okay, I’ve moved to a hosted blog at andyerickson.org. It’s 80% functional. Usable for now. I’ll be tweaking over the next few weeks.
Thanks everyone for reading!
How often do you see a sign like this? Don’t trip underneath one of these things. ‘Nuff said. […]
Okay, the Erickson home is going to try this again. Again you ask? Well, if you were familiar with our last dog, Sid, and our electric fence, let’s just say it wasn’t pretty. Success == Real Fence. No virtual fence this time. […]
My jaw dropped this morning as I read Chester Finn’s Wall Street Journal opinion piece titled The Self-Inflicted Economic Death of Ohio. First, because the piece quantified some of my gut feelings about Ohio’s talent drain, and second, because of the magnitude of the problem. Mr. Finn, a Dayton native, serves as the president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute. It’s mission, from the Institute’s website […]
Holy freakin’ cow. I just passed $4.15 gas at the Princeton and 747 UDF. Geez, glad I filled up yesterday. I just can’t catch a break. Seems the last two years we burned through the max on our flexible medical spending accounts by, say, MARCH. WTF? Last year my daughter Meredith broke her femur, yeah femur, while sledding. Oh, let me rephrase that. […]
Woah, I had a Back To The Future moment last night. I suppose that reference, alone, dates me. Yep, I’m old. Got an 11-year old daughter. So what was so back-to-the-future about last night? Quick Solutions’ Tim Wingfield covered Microsoft’s (holy-cow-it’s-about-time) implementation of MVC for ASP.NET (resources below). I hear that if you go to the Quick Solutions homepage, the woman highlighted has never actually worked at the company 🙂 I cut my teeth on OO and MVC with PowerBuilder way back when Grady Booch questioned it as a true OO language. MVC didn’t exist out of the box so we built our own framework and supporting libraries. Instead of controllers, we called them managers. We had window managers (view) and process managers (workflow) and all sorts of goodies that made life easy. Java saw its first incarnation. And C++ and Smalltalk were the mainstream boundaries of true OO development. […]
JP Sklenka’s posse from Cintas showed up at today’s OWASP event at the Citi offices in Blue Ash. Cintas had four people there! Kudos to them for taking visible steps towards application security. I also ran into Russ McMahon from UC. Wayne Browning was in town today and attended part of the event. And it was great running into Marco and Allison. James Walden, Ph.D. and assistant professor at NKU did a fabulous job with application injection attacks. Frankly, I expected a run-of-the-mill SQL injection talk. James took it deep and had me engaged for the entire hour. […]