Monthly Archives: August 2004

WebWalker keeps on walking

I coded up a little automated web testing tool, WebWalker, just under 2 years ago and released it on Sourceforge. It’s the only tool I’ve actually completed well enough for others to use with documentation. Most of my stuff I … Continue reading

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Skate or die

Two weeks ago, I was driving through a neighbourhood near my house looking at available houses to buy and spotted a concrete skatepark. What a find. This weekend I finally got time to go. Jenn came with me…I didn’t want … Continue reading

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My superpower: comedy

I was daydreaming about what I’d like for a superpower, that’s not really very powerful. I was thinking it would be good to have the power of laughter. I’d like to be able to say 3 words and the pure … Continue reading

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Never a dull moment

Just walking into work and I’m always amazed with the city. Crossing the intersection, I passed by a man sipping his coffee and barking out loud like a dog. Reminded me of the Seinfeld episode when Kramer had the same … Continue reading

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PerformaSure White Papers

If you’re looking on some application performance whitepapers, there’s a few pdfs for download at Quest Software.

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The photo blog has moved

The photoblog has moved to a new location with a single image each day, rather than the massive stream of images which was making the site slow to load with a dozen or so images every load. So for now, … Continue reading

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PerformaSure and Sun Java System Application Server 7

An article was just recently released on about measuring application performance using PerformaSure. The screenshots are small and hard to read and the network diagram looks like it’s circa 1990, but hopefully it explains how PerformaSure works to those … Continue reading

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SUSE 9.1 is up and running

Over the weekend I wiped my extra machine and installed Suse 9.1. I’m very impressed with the ease of installation. In the past, I’ve installed Redhat & Mandrake and this went much easier, but it may be because of the … Continue reading

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