Monthly Archives: May 2018

Metal detector, for needles-in-a-haystack

A few weeks back, I had some good advice for someone on stack overflow https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49817985/htmlagilitypack-exception-has-been-thrown-when-used-in-deployed-ssis-package?noredirect=1#comment86732223_49817985 The guy was stuck with a bug and couldn’t figure it out. Sometimes, you can’t get any help on Stack Overflow because people are like “can we … Continue reading

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LLT_Load and Windows 10

Disclaimer: As always, if it seems like I’m being a little vague, it is because I’m trying to help folks who are stuck like I was, but I’m not supposed to talk about this stuff. However, when I was stuck on … Continue reading

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What to look for in a boss

Most people don’t often get the chance to interview or pick their next boss. It has actually happened to me a few times in my career. The first time, I had no idea what to look-for, or what to ask. … Continue reading

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