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Author: Eric Rodwell Created: 7/30/2007 7:54 AM
Living and working my mission and vision and sharing my thoughts along the way.

After installing .NET Framework 4.0, I noticed that one of our applications we build has stopped working. Specifically users receive the following error:

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I recently visited a Jimmy John's sandwich shop and read the following inspirational poster and I would like to share will all of you. How Much Is Enough?

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I finished reading "It's Better to Build Boys Than Mend Men" by Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A, and I came across the following, which I wanted to share.

A Successful Dad

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As some of you may know, my wife and I welcomed a new baby daughter back in February named Sophia. However, this was not our first child. I cannot take credit for fathering our first child, but back on June 14, 1995, our first child, or should I say my wife’s first child was born. At the young age of 6 weeks old, my wife laid eyes on a baby Siberian husky that would become her first child and the love of her life.

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In the April 2009 issue of Inc, Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, Built to Last and How the Mighty Fall, had the following to say about entrepreneurship and how it relates to risk:

“Students used to come to me at Stanford and say, I’d really like to do something on my own, but I’m just not ready to take that much risk. So I took the job with IBM. And I would say, you’re not ready for risk? What’s the first thing you learn about investing?

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We are in the process of deploying a new corporate website with DotNetNuke as our back-end content management system. After I installed DotNetNuke, I wanted to install two additional applications underneath the DotNetNuke install. However, once I configured the applications in IIS7, I was unable to browse to either application due to a known ASP.NET bug, whereas web.config files cascade down so the application/virtual directory site is still loading the root DotNetNuke web.config file.

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Google recently previewed a new web application called Google Wave. After watching the presentation, it is possible Google Wave will revolutionize the way we communicate and collaborate on the web.

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It has almost been one full week since the birth of our first daughter, Sophia, and it has been amazing to go through the entire process over the past 39 weeks. Childbirth is a miracle and it has been excited, scary, and nerve racking at times, to go from the size of a poppy seed to a 6lb 9oz healthy and beautiful baby girl. As we left the hospital to go home, I felt an overwhelming amount of gratitude towards all of the people who helped us every step of the way. We may never see some of these people but they will always hold a special place in our heart for all of their help.

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 Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate.

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