Category Archives: mysql

A (round-about) story about Jeffry P. Bezos

The following is what i wrote on “43people.com” about the boss. I thought it was worth keeping in my own archives, since it’s actually a story about my life as it pertains to Mr. Bezos. Back a few years ago, … Continue reading

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Bind configuration cleaned up

Okay. That wasn’t so bad. Now I need to find out whether people are querying colliertech.org or ns1.colliertech.org and ns2.colliertech.org. If colliertech.org is still getting the brunt of the requests, I need to find out how I misconfigured bind and … Continue reading

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EricLippert01.wmv (video/x-ms-wvx Object)

EricLippert01.wmv (video/x-ms-wvx Object) So… a while ago, I took arjen_lentz to Microsoft to meet with eric_lippert and talk about MySQL and Microsoft together-workingness. Eric talked about his work on LiNQ (if that’s how it’s spelled) and I took pictures. I … Continue reading

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My former CEO answers questions on Slashdot

It was my pleasure to work with MÃ¥rten Mickos, CEO of MySQL for about a year during 2005 and 2006. I was astounded by how involved he is with the employees and how well he keeps abreast of the goings-on … Continue reading

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spamassassin tls plugin

Anybody got a tls plugin for spamassassin? Something that will check to see whether incoming mail is signed by a certificate known to and trusted by spamd?

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Second Life on Linux

Someone should do something with these, or I’m going to do it myself. libsecondlife GtkGLAreaSharp Tao

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Bye bye norseth

cjcollier@norseth:~/Desktop$ sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda3 Time to return the computer to MySQL Thanks for letting me keep it long enough to clean it up, folks!

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State of the C.J. – 20060625

C.J. Blathers about recent major changes in his life. https://colliertech.com/~cjcollier/confidential/sateOfTheCJ20060625.ogg https://colliertech.com/~cjcollier/confidential/sateOfTheCJ20060625.mp3 Mail me for credentials.

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Shaking things up

It’s been a hectic week, and it’s only Tuesday. My wife and I recently made a decision to move on from MySQL. My passion is software development, and my experience doesn’t lend itself well to database development. Therefore, I’m returning … Continue reading

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New release of DBD::mysql (v3.0004)

Patrick released a new version of the perl MySQL connector. This .pm was my introduction to the mysql world, way back in the day. If you can program your way out of a perl brown paper bag and you haven’t … Continue reading

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