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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Wednesday was a mix. Microsoft continued to provide SMB2.2 information, and there were also presentations by Samba members.
Today was Microsoft’s day. …but it was a good day. Microsoft demonstrated their new SMB2.2 implementation which, despite the fact that it is very early pre-beta code, worked impressively well.
Today, Monday, was Samba’s Day here at the Storage Developers Conference. Tomorrow, it will be Microsoft’s turn.
On my way to world domination, I will inconsistently update my portion of this dismally shared blogspace when the spare time arises. There will not be much spare time to devote to this minuscule part of my master plan due … Continue reading
Rachel and Aled and I rode the Saint Paul Classic this year. Amalia was busy elsewhere, or she would have joined us as well. I try to ride the Classic every year. It was beautiful weather this time around.
The first few days of the school year are always a rush of working out schedules, buying books, buying supplies, and fielding the administrivia associated with the education system. Annoying and difficult, particularly when there are multiple schools involved, but … Continue reading