Programming

Out Of My Comfort Zone: Building a Web App

If you read Fundamentals of Storage Systems – Stripe Size, Block Size, and IO Patterns you know I built a little web tool to help you with sizing and estimating your RAID array’s performance. This is way out of my area of expertise. Luckily for me I like a challenge and had a guiding hand from some friends. I haven’t done any web programming since I wrote a photo album mod for Snitz! forum package in 2002, using classic ASP. I still get thank you emails from folks that have been running it for years. Needless to say my skills are a little rusty. My first instinct was to fire up Visual Studio More >

Understanding File System IO, Lessons Learned From SQL Server

I do more than just SQL Server. I enjoy programming. In my former life I have worked with C/C++ and Assembler. As I spent more and more time with SQL Server my programming took a back seat career wise. Having that background though really helps me day in and day out understanding why SQL Server does some of the things it does at the system level.

Fast forward several years and I’ve moved away from C/C++ and spent the last few years learning C#.

Now that I work mostly in C# I do look up solutions for my C# dilemmas on sites like http://www.codeplex.com and http://www.codeproject.com. I love More >

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