I'm most intrigued by the repeated call from Dr. Cook that the tendency to blame people when complex systems fail is both wrong and very destructive.
It is a pain point and nearly impossible to resist blaming human error. I see that in comments about the article describing the outage of Azure on leap day via Gregori's blog.
What I was left with was a desire for recommended approaches to best handle the pitfalls Dr. Cook describes... but I guess that is a challange left to the reader.
I believe the Task view will be my favorite perspective in the Debugger.
Another votes for quotes:
Shadenfrueda for hasty posts must persist. Punish the foolhardy. We be Kangs!
My favorite color is orange corduroy... I like the background but push it to the floor, no button color background washout, please. Orange rules.
Whatever happened to the idea of having Visio capability so we can draw flowcharts and UML diagrams in Techoff?
Why is milk so expensive?
Daniel Moth wrote:Hi Nestor
This works fine for me so maybe it is a specific firewall/machine config issue.
In the meantime have you tried the Download option (10MB ZIP)?
Try that instead please (click on the 'here' word in the Download video section above)...
Daniel (on holiday)
Darn my luck, Daniel, but I cannot get this download whatsoever today!
Did it roll off the edge of a HDD when new content was added?
This .wmv has no sound upon download and play; I've tried re-downloading several time to verify. I am also unable to play directly from this page/post and have only successfully accessed it via this link:
All things Daniel Moth...
This bug also applies to these excellent screencasts!
Office Ribbon Customisation in Visual Studio 2008
File Dialog Additions in v2.0 SP1
LINQ to DataSet
Office Task Panes and Actions Pane in VS2008
Only this one has downloaded intact, in my experience:
Outlook Form Regions in Visual Studio 2008
Very good work, I'm hooked to your blog now.
Thank you, D. Moth.
I demand regular cartoon editorials from Sir Adam even whilst said artist/author is under the command of Doctors researching UFOs (aka 'Silverlight').
Take a parachute and watch for sneath attacks. Don't ever get coffee for Tim. Cross-dressing may keep him at bay. Enough of my sage advice.
Enjoy yourself and imagine your new chains are rewarding.
Keep a 9-guy on your desk.