I am about to call it a day. It is dark and cold (25 F) in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. I am in my office attempting to finish this post while my wife is upstairs in the living room wrapped in a blanket. Tomorrow morning we will wake up to a balmy 12 F. What else can I say?
I am reading and experimenting with the content of the book “Get Programming with Node.js” by Jonathan Wexler. I am currently on page 55. Expect to be done with towards the end of next month. At that time I will switch to experiment with Deno. Then I will move on to generate and post a first pass of a storage server. It should be a lot of fun. Continue reading “Simple and Second Web Servers in Node.js”
Last weekend my wife and I visited our son and family who live in Madison, Wisconsin. They like to cook and bake like we do. When I was growing up, most summer days I would make ice cream. The techniques and ingredients were quite simple.
Over the weekend my son made ice cream. He did it using the ice cream bowl for the Kitchenaid mixer. It happens that we also have an ice cream bowl. When we got back, we decided to make some ice cream using the same recipe that our son had used. We searched for our ice cream bowl which we have not used in years, but were not able to find it. We decided to use a regular bowl and the standard 6-wire whip attachment. Continue reading “Greatest Common Denominator”
The purpose of this post is to provide additional information regarding an issue that I am experiencing with an application written in C / C++ that can also run as a service. This is legacy code and has been operating for almost two decades. The software can be invoked to run interactively or as a service. The code just stopped to work when invokes as a service about two months ago. I tried to replicate it on my development system and on a new computer system. The issue is that the software runs when invoked as an application but fails to start when started as a service. Continue reading “ODBC SQLDriverConnect Crashes – Additional Info”
Yesterday I spent time attempting to port a C DLL that I wrote some time ago to generate MD5 digests for a storage server. At the time I used as a base code provided by RSA Data Security, Inc. and designed and implemented a set of functions that could be directly called in applications / servers that would require generating MD5 digests for strings and files. When done I package the results into a DLL. The library has been in production for a long time. I used the C programming language for performance and the code was built for 32-bit processors. Continue reading “C++ Boost Library Visual Studio 2017”
It is a beautiful day in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul part of the Memorial Day 2018 weekend. The forecast calls for very warm days. On Monday the temperature will be reaching 95F. My wife and I decided to go for a walk first thing in the morning. Today Saturday we got up at our usual time (05:30 AM CDT), had breakfast (yogurt, granola, blueberries, strawberries, bananas and a cup of milk with a shot of espresso) and headed out. As the walk progressed, we ran into several people getting their daily walk out of the way in order to avoid the high temperatures. Showered and sat in front of my computer. I will be working for the next four hours or so. This afternoon my wife and I will attempt a walk around one of the lakes in Minneapolis. Will be very hot but we are planning on a stroll and a stop for ice cream and water. Continue reading “CRUD Minus R on Mongo DB”