As I mentioned in my first blog post, this website is hosted entirely natively in Microsoft Azure. I’m using Project Nami, which is a fork of WordPress with a a single initial goal — to teach WordPress to natively speak T-SQL while maintaining full compatibility with properly written plugins and themes. This is an important […]
Upgrading Project Nami
It’s been far too long since I’ve posted. I have about 10 posts in draft format, but there’s just too little time to work on them when the weather is beautiful. Summer is too short in Ontario… This is just a quick guide for upgrading WordPress on Project Nami. As I wrote in my first […]
Shaving the yak – or blogging?
So here’s the thing about blogging… As a technical guy, I tend to spend most of my time setting up (virtual) hardware and software. As a consultant, I spend my time setting it up, then I document and get out. Factor in ADD and a Twitter addiction, and I end up forming my thoughts into […]
Underpinnings of my Blog
Photo by M. Rehemtulla for QUOI Media Group – Some rights reserved It’s Thanksgiving weekend in Canada, and my wife has taken the kids to the Rockton World’s Fair. The kids love seeing the animals, and it’s become a bit of a tradition. This has left me with the opportunity to catch up on the […]