||Oct 20, 2000 at 09:41 UTC
||Aug 04, 2009 at 14:05 UTC
(6 years ago)
|Location:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Mullet status:||Negative |
Oct 08, 2015 at 13:11 GMT+5
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Image snapped by yours truly on a business trip to Samara, Russia. This is the location of the first signalized I/S in Samara, est. 1947 (green sign). Local vodka (Rodnik) store in background... "What?! You don't like photos of intersections?! Pass the orange juice!" <g>
What else is there besides trying to model your life after Homer J. Simpson...
Besides sitting in traffic 5 days a week, I'm a civil engineer 8-12 hours a day. The remainder of my time is spent with my wife (upgraded girlfriend, I think), tooling around in my Integra GS-R, playing with as many digital toys I can get my hands on, and listening to my nagging parents give me advise. (Don't they already know I know *everything*! <grin>) Of course, these activities are not mutually exclusive...
Still trying to find that 6-figure ski bum or couch potato salary.
Oh yeah, Perl fits in here too. Why else would I be here! ;)
Fellow co-worker/slacker & PerlMonk
As discussed with Albannach in the office: "We don't make the rules, we just defeat 'em."
Finer moments of hockey
Upcoming impressive computer animation on the big screen: Final Fantasy and the characters
The best Periodic Table I've ever seen! Enjoy! Oops! It appears Comedy Central removed it from its site. Check it out here or here.
Perl & Windows, and Win32 module nodes:
Okay, it's a hodgepodge of information right now...gotta format soon(er or later).
- Where to find Perl for: NT server. However, the majority of Windows users' use Perl from ActiveState, but I could be wrong...
- Win32 modules on CPAN
- Perl code as a NT service
- OLE Automation of Microsoft SourceSafe
- Changing directories under Win2k, with Tk browser script! Don't know Tk, then try this node.
- Notes on generating a file listing from a directory, and using File::Find
- Serial port activity, with a different slant.
- FAQ on GUI programming (excellent!), with mailing list node
- Checking for an idle script
- Interfacing with a DLL using Win32::API Article 1, Article 2
- Perl Monk review of Win32::API
- Perl Monk review of Win32::OLE
- Connecting to Microsoft SQL db
- Interfacing with Microsoft Word: Article 1, Article 2
- Interfacing with Microsoft Excel: Article 1, Article 2, Article 3
- Interfacing with Microsoft Access
- Interfacing with ODBC: Article 1, Article 2, Article 3, Article 4 (with OLE DB slant), Article 5
- Interfacing with Microsoft Exchange: Article 1, Article 2
- Using fork(), or Win32::Process
- Useful utilities: Slashdot header grabber, "Find Data" tool
- Accessing Microsoft Powerpoint files on Windows box via Linux
- Accessing shared drives via Win32::NetResource, more with the Network Neighborhood, and accessing a remote registry
- FTP access
- Determining printer information via WinNT
- Determining screen resolution
- Win32API::Registry information: Article 1 (Extracting PID)
- Creating a NT service
- Win2k and IIS 5.0
X10 & Perl
Wish list of home automation, & I'll be ready with these scripts!