Death Burro part 5: where the hell is donkey?

Death Burro part 5: where the hell is donkey?

donkeys cause trouble. they aren’t called asses for no reason.

quite a while back donkey started actin real funny like. turning off randomly, locking up the screen, not coming on at all on the first try. eventually, even when he would spring to life, the touchscreen input was upside down (making it nearly impossible to just …

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rendering templates in Sitefinity 3.7 for use by external applications

rendering templates in Sitefinity 3.7 for use by external applications

Imagine you have Telerik’s Sitefinity CMS powering the main portion of your website, but have a public 3rd party e-commerce system, an internal 3rd party CRM system interface, and yet another internal 3rd party HR employee portal. Wouldn’t it be nice if the graphics guy could update the company logo on all the sites, or …

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Death Burro part 4: them’s tha guts

Death Burro part 4: them’s tha guts

this post will serve as the hardware manual for Death Burro for those that will own him soon, so they can continue where i leave off on the next version!

here was donkey yesterday, guts masked ready for a final coat of flat black to cover some scratches and what not. (Brady’s double ended light-saber in …

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Death Burro part 3: before giving life…

Death Burro part 3: before giving life…

so i promised next time we’d be stuffing the donkey, but i had to take a step back for a last few things. i beat him up pretty bad, but he’s wearing makeup to cover the cuts and bruises, so no-one has to know!

i received a request from the lead dev where donkey will end …

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when open-source doesn’t work

when open-source doesn’t work

i’m trying to compile a small Java app to native bytecode for a specific ARM-Linux board to see what the performance differences is (versus running through the Java SE interpreter). so far no love.

one experience with FOSS…

research this whole cross-compiling idea and Java compilers for a bit. decide to skip the latest release of GCC and go with a …

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