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RustyBrick Bytes Gets Ready for the New Season

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AUGUST 26, 2004

As we did last year, we will be sponsoring a team at the JBA. This time we decided to put more attitude and smarts into the team. We came up with a new team name, The RustyBrick Bytes...

Long-time DNS Timeout Issues Resolved

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JULY 13, 2004

I've been having issues with OS X timing out on dns queries to my local BIND dns server. Many people have written on the issue. I've been following the postings at macosxhints.com

Cisco Is Called in to Help Out the Symantec

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JUNE 14, 2004

Let me start off with a bit of history. A while back, we needed a solution that would provide for load balancing of our T1 and Cable line Internet connections, VPN support, firewall and routing capabilities. We decided to go with the Symantec Firewall 200r, which offered all of these...

RustyBrick Goes to the JBA Championship

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JUNE 10, 2004

Last night we played Tuvia's in the 2nd round of the playoffs, in the 4th quarter we went on a 17 to 2 run and blew them away. Next we play JBA Gold in the championship.

RustyBrick Basketball Team Ends Season in First Place

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MAY 20, 2004

Last night was the last game of the regular season for the RustyBrick basketball team. Although we already clinched first place a week ago, we wanted to come out with a win for our last game. We did that and our record is 8 wins and 4 losses. The next best record is 6 wins and 6 losses. Now for the playoffs...

Web Application Specifications

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MAY 11, 2004

You really do not know the meaning of fun until you have written a detailed project specification for a Web application that will run the day to day operations of a very busy business. Of course I am being sarcastic...

Javascript toFloat()

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MAY 7, 2004

This week while writing some code, we needed to change a field from a float (which display about 19 decimal points by default) to a number with was 2 decmial points. In PHP this isnt an issue but we thought that in Javascript it would be. If you are running

Offsite Meetings Vs. Onsite Meetings

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MAY 7, 2004

I have many meetings each week, not those weekly meetings but the ones that actually have true meanings. Some of the meetings we have are with existing clients where we review the sites progress and discuss amendments and enhancements...

Comparing values with == and ===

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APRIL 28, 2004

Do you know the difference between the following operator use? if ($a==$b){} and if ($a===$b){} The first one compares only value, the second one compares value and type.

Updating parent window from child window

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APRIL 28, 2004

I had an issue a few weeks ago when I needed a popup window for some added functionality. THis was not an issue as you could use the javascript window.open() to acheive this. The issue though was I needed to update the parent window with the new info added or updated in the current popup window...

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