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So what is a Great Programmer these days?
I warn you this path takes up about 4 hours of your time if you dare follow. So I know I'm bringing up some old posts, but I recently came across them is my night of blog reading. I recently read Bram Cohen's post about Avalanche. This lead me to watching his stanford talk. Which took me to some other blog that linked me to Robert Scoble's Zef says Microsoft can't hire great programmers. Next I read Zef Hamel's post on “Why Microsoft Can't Hire Great Programmers”. Of course now I had to listen to ......

Posted On Sunday, November 20, 2005 10:53 PM

CRINETA Elections
As I stated in an earlier post, I have decided to step down as President of CRINETA due to my new job with Microsoft. Last night during our UG meeting we elected new officers. I will continue be stay involved with CRINETA, but on a limited basis. Below are the results of the election. Jason Brunken - PresidentChris Sutton - Vice PresidentJason Schroeder - Secretary/CommunicationsMike Jackson - WebmasterGreg Sohl - Speaker Liaison I wish everyone good luck with the group, and will check-in with everyone ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 8, 2005 12:55 PM

Final Task for New Horizons
Tomorrow is my last day at New Horizons. My final task as a New Horizons employee was to create a professional and easy to maintain website for New Horizons of Cedar Rapids. To accomplish this task I created a New Horizons skin and container for the lastest version of DotNetNuke. The site went live today and you can see screenshots of the change at here. Most of my DNN sites are on an older verison of DNN. I have say that I am very pleased with the latest version of DNN. I was able to pull this site ......

Posted On Thursday, November 3, 2005 3:16 PM

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