July 2005 Entries

UK DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper! is back on 22 October 2005

October 22nd sees the second DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper day. Real developers providing presentations to other developers, related to .NET technologies and held at Microsoft HQ in Reading. If anyone is interested in presenting, there are 30 minute or 60-75 minute sessions and beginners are definitely welcome! Deadline for abstracts is mid-August. More information can be found at Craig Murphy's blog, http://www.craigmurphy.com/... and at www.developerday.co.uk Liam ......

Reminder to check your domain registration ... now

The planned launch of my open source web site project at http://rapiddb.tigernews.co.uk was delayed due to the fact that suddenly I couldn't FTP my files to my hosted site on Brinkster (http://www.brinkster.com). This was last Thursday, 14 July 2005. Also, some e-mails to my personal e-mail address were starting to be bounced. When I went to www.brinkster.com it said the domain had expired and was available. The domain had expired on 12 July 2005. They had forgotten to renew their domain ... so their ......

First post, actually first blog

Well, I've finally joined the blogging community. I'll try to restrict comments to useful information but I'm relying on you guys to let me know if I ramble on too much. Starting this blog is aimed to coincide with the release into the open source community of a rapid database development system for .NET which I have worked on over the past year. The goal is to provide generic database access to SQL Server 2000, MySql, IBM DB2, Oracle, Access MDB and SQL Server CE, complete with code generation in ......