Some people really should blog. If you are knowledgeable, experienced person working in Bulgarian IT market, please blog! You own it to the whole community. Share your expertise and give your own opinion. There are so few bloggers in Bulgaria compared to the actual number of the developers so it is a shame that this […]
Не е тъп този, който яде … заека. От Бойлера.
When you think about branding you probably think of those TV commercials that can make you sick. But you may think about a favorite brand of yours. In my opinion branding IS dead. And it is a matter of time. Look what James Surowiecki thinks about it. My favorite passage: “By the time you think […]
I have never taken quizzes like this, but this one makes me laugh :)) Take the quiz: “Which American City Are You?” BostonYou are under-world power and old-world tradition. You get the job done and it’s better if nobody asks how.
Here is the reason why you should NOT name your stored procedures with “sp_” prefix. I was on my way to use this prefix in my last project but one good fellow saved me 🙂 The article contains sample code also (which by unfortunate I have not tried). Through Scooter’s Musings post. Update: MS SQL […]
PREFast is a new tool from Microsoft that is expected to be included in VS 2005. It analyzes unmanaged code for possible buffer overwrites, stack overflows and etc. This tool was used in Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Initiative in 2004. A step by step tutorial is available at Windows Hardware and Driver Central. Interestingly this document […]
Microsoft is going to port WinFS to Windows XP and *presumably* to Windows 2003. That’s news I am really happy to hear of.
Stoyan Damov started to blog again. Stoyan has very fast and furious mind and it is hard for me to follow his thoughts sometimes :). He is very emotional also :)))) Keep on the good work, dude. Glad to hear from you again.
Hahahaha :)))This one is good :)) “You know you are a real geek when the change in the Google logo is the only sign you notice that a major holiday is taking place….” From Early Adopters
As you might already know SHA-1 is broken. Well it is not that I will not sleep calm anymore, but it is a reminder that every secure system has one limitation – time. Give a hacker enough time and your system is no longer secure. This reminds me a presentation that Krasimir Donchev from Microsoft […]