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Setting HTTP Header Authorization for Web Services

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This is another post from the archives, brought back to life because there are still tons of StackOverflow links to it (7% of requests in January alone, crazy). This time it’s one from way back in 2006 about setting the Authorization header in a generated web proxy class. Like the last time, presented in it’s …

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What My Blog Is Made Of

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As I rebooted my blog, I didn’t want to spend a lot of time getting it back off the ground. I just wanted to get it up and running so I could focus on writing. I briefly considered using Tumblr or Medium, as my friend John suggests, but in the end I decided to stay …

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Use a Single Web.config for IIS6 and IIS7

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This is a re-post from something I wrote way back in 2008. Turns out that I still get several hits a day for the technical contents of this post, mostly from StackOverflow, so I’m putting this one back online to help people out (nothing more frustrating than finding an answer to your problem only to …

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Plans for 2015

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With my 2014 year in review complete, it seems natural to write about what I plan on doing for 2015. But these aren’t New Year’s resolutions. Think of these more like my personal product roadmap for this year. Deliver at Standard Register We’re building a new ecommerce and procurement platform from scratch, and while we’ve …

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2014 Year In Review

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I can’t remember if I’ve done a “year in review” post before. They are, of course, all the rage this time of year so I’m sure mine will simply blend in with all the rest, but it seems like a good thing to do as I reboot and move forward into 2015. Znode Shutdown I …

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Reboot

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I’m rebooting my blog. I know, I know. Here it is, the first day of 2015, and you’re reading yet another post about someone starting over, starting fresh, starting whatever. But as someone who began blogging way back in 2004, humor me for a few minutes and hear me out. Many of you reading this …

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