Monthly Archives: May 2012

The hardest thing about programming – part 2

Okay.  In my previous post, I said that the hardest thing about programming is [getting good requirements].  I also talked about the symptoms of not getting good requirements.  So, let me take a minute to talk about some of the … Continue reading

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config file “configuration file is not well-formed xml”

I was fiddling with the config file on the web server, but I had a good reason.  That is, until I broke it.  Let me start from the beginning. I am using load-balancing for IIS.  It is very cool, except … Continue reading

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