There are too many guidelines for passwords. Actually, that’s not true. Too many supposedly “secure” institutions, do not allow for proper passwords. I propose a “seal of approval” for websites that allow for proper passwords.
What’s a proper password? Well… Continue reading
God that’s a sexy title! Hahah…
This post is all about keeping customer data out of the hands of other customers. There are many options that can be implemented. I found three likely candidates and chose one. Here’s the one I chose and why I chose it.
For work, we are going to have to have a complete audit trail of all our data. Here’s the strategy I’m planning on implementing.
I have come across a situation recently where I am coding in DEBUG mode and things are working perfectly. When I go and try to get things running in RELEASE mode, I get an error.
The company I work for recently unveiled their corporate core values. The idea behind the core values is that in a concise manner, someone can learn about what Terso Solutions values and will know what they’re in for if they choose to do business with us. Continue reading
This is another one of those “do it once and forget it” things. I always have to look it up because I do it so rarely. Do it once and then just look it up again the next time I have to do it.
While in your project, run the following command in the Package Manager Console: Continue reading
When you try to write to the event log, if the event log source doesn’t exist, it’ll fail. The easiest thing to do (since it’s usually just a one time thing) is to manually create it. Continue reading
Since I work in an RFID industry, it makes sense that I would want to explore this arena. Thankfully with the help of the Netduino forum, I was able to get this working. The one thing I needed to do was to include a reference to
After that, and after I had things wired up correctly, I had pretty good luck.
In this demonstration, I’ve hooked up a rotary encoder to the Netduino with three LEDs. As you turn the knob on the rotary encoder, it increases or decreases a value in the program. Then, based on the value, it will light up or turn off the LEDs.
In this example, I have hooked the Netduino board to a seven segment display along with a potentiometer.