“Microsoft”.“Open Source” == “unhandled exceptions.”

Nick Hodge and I have been talking to our local Open Source communities for the past year and we’ve finally managed to get some traction to hit the road Sam and Max style in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Microsoft and Open source? Isn’t that like cats and dogs living together? Discuss and learn what (where and…

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linux.conf.au

So i attended linux.conf.au (LCA) in Tassie this year, i reckon i was the only person walking around with Windows installed on my machine 🙂 This year LCA was held at the University of Tasmania’s Sandy Bay Campus in Hobart, and you can see key media reports are here: http://www.itwire.com/component/option,com_tag/tag,linux.conf.au/tag_id,23107/ My Highlights – some Perception…

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Cat Power - Tomcat on Server 2008 Core with IIS7

EPIC START So this turned out to be much longer than I thought – the basic goal is to utilise two of the coolest features of Window Server 2008 – Core and IIS7. The idea is to create an ultimately low footprint web server on Microsoft Windows Web Server 2008 Core and show how that…

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Microsoft contributing to Open Source

This is why I love working for Microsoft – as Nick Hodge often says "This is not your fathers Microsoft"; Sam Ramji Keynoted at Oscon about 3 very cool things: In short we’ve submitted code to the ADOdb DAL library to add support for our PHP SQL driver – AND under a Free Software Foundation…

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