Category Archives: Intergen
So, according to both Twitter and the NBR, Ben Gracewood, aka @nzben aka that guy with the cool toys from Breakfast, is joining Intergen. I’m pretty stoked that he’ll be joining the team here and hope to lean a lot … Continue reading
I have been memed. How old were you when you started programming? 10 How did you get started in programming? I was a fresh faced young thing of 9 when my sister and I received a Commodore64 for Christmas. Incredibly … Continue reading
Just had a great giggle and a shudder after my workmate Henrik showed me some code that is the latest check-in for a project, and I assume running on a site out there. Inside the same class we have methods … Continue reading
What??? Here at Intergen we run a series of late afternoon seminars for interested parties called Intergen Twilight Seminars. Last night we had a guest speaker, one Michael Sampson his session was based on his whitepaper: The 7 Pillars of … Continue reading
OK, so I promised more on the reporting services front. This post is just a quick follow up on that with a few resources, a.k.a blog posts from smart cookies, that I found VERY useful. A great 3 part intro … Continue reading
Here at Intergen I have the good fortune of working with lots of very tallented people. One of them, James Newton-King, has developed a means of viewing Microsoft Word 2007 documents in a web browser, on any platform! His solution, … Continue reading
My colleagues Chandima and Brendan are currently in Seattle for SPC 2008. Keep an eye on their blogs for updates!