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Chicago IT Architects Group August Summary

We’re back! Last night we had our first meeting in several months. Carl Franklin presented on Google Platform As A Service: AppEngine. As I spend most of my time in the Microsoft arena it was interesting to see another take on cloud services. This was also enhanced by the fact that Carl had spent a lot of time doing Microsoft platform development prior to his current stint with the Google products. He was able to compare and contrast the to environments which is very helpful as we go to make recommendations ......

Why Does Bing Not Have Blog Search

This is more of a short rant than anything. For the most part I like Bing. Once in a while I still find I get better results from Google. The main thing I find myself missing that I had with Google is the blog search feature. All to often I can filter out a lot of garbage just by using that option. So my request is “when will Bing implement blogsearch”? del.icio.us Tags: Bing,Google,blogsearch ......

Can Technology Bring Back Truth In Elections

Disclaimer: This is not an endorsement of a candidate or party. Please do not leave comments about either since I do not believe that GWB is the proper place for such a discussion. This is an examination of the capabilities of today's technology related to elections. I was watching part of a political speech given by a supporter of one of the presidential candidates the other night and my bovine manure detector started going off. So what do I do? I start a Google search. The first site that I happened ......

RAW file CODECs for Vista

Here is a software suggestion for those of you out there that enjoy doing digital photography and save to RAW format. I am using Photoshop Elements and was getting annoyed having to open all of my files individually in the editor to weed out the unacceptable ones. The Windows Image viewer wouldn't read the RAW files, so what do you do? The answer, as always, is Google for a free solution. It turns out that most of the major manufacturers of digital cameras are now putting out CODEC files so that ......

The Power Of Krugle And Reflector

I have posted before about reading other's code. What happens when you need an example to get ideas from or to better understand usage. Let's face it. Documentation of a language doesn't always give you everything you need to know. If you haven't already found it, Krugle is a good place to look for code sample. It is the Google of code files. It has been around for a while but I don't believe that most developers know about it or use it as much as they might benefit. Try it out. Now you may want ......