It’s this time of the year again - the time to migrate from one blog engine to another.
At my job we’ve got a product that relies heavily on Flash. The last couple of days I’ve had a number of users complain that, all of a sudden, they couldn’t view Flash content any more. Common for all of them were their browser - Chrome. It would seem that, somehow, the native Chrome Flash player got disabled by itself all of a sudden.
Having been at it for almost 11 years, I’ve been through a number of blog revamps through the time. And here we are, once again.
I am hastily nearing my third year blogging at improve.dk. Before reinventing my blog, I wrote articles and tutorials at the same address, though in Danish. When I rebooted my blog I completely ditched my old material and started blogging in English. After discussing the concept of blogging a lot recently, I’ve gathered up my thoughts on the subject.
Having recently read The Pragmatic Programmer and Working Effectively with Legacy Code (both books are amazing - and neither need further review or description as they are globally appreciated as classics), I was feeling ready to read something non-development related, just to get back on my feet again.
I just finished reading the book Programmers at Work by Susan Lammers.
I’ve had my Vista PC running for quite some months now without problems, as well as Adobe Acrobat Professional and Adobe Photoshop. But not anymore…
Is your name William? Do you normally write mails with the subject “Re: hi”? Are your mails usually 11,304 characters in length? Guess what, you’re a spammer! I present to you, an article containing a textual analysis of about 15,000 spam mails.