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Ken Seymour
Sacramento, California (USA)



Real Name:  Ken Seymour
Primary Role:  Coder
Title:  Software Developer
Company:  Prestwood IT Solutions
Joined: Sep 2002 (18 years ago)
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Has anyone out there used JBoss?
I am thinking of trying JBoss to keep my J2EE skills up., I am currently working on a Java project that is neither web related nor J2EE., , From looking at the website, http://www.jboss.org/, it looks as though JBoss is Free for both development and production., I guess they make their living from support and selling detailed documentation., , Anyway, I was wondering if anyone out there had used it.
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18 years ago

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Sun Certification
Hi all,, , I am planning to take up Sun Certified Web Component Developer certification. Can you suggest me some sites where I can find sample papers and materials to learn. Please give me sites other than Sun's Education portal., , Thanks.
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18 years ago

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Re: Sun Certification
I just recently passed the Sun Certified Java Programmer exam and I found this book usefull:, , http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/158880139X/qid=1036089019/sr=1-13/ref=sr_1_13/002-7190039-9256003?v=glance , , Java 2 Exam Cram, Second Edition , Bill Brogden., , I first took a sample exam from the web (sorry I don't remember where it was) and failed., After studying with the book, I passed., I found the fact that there were about 10 sample questions at the end of each chapter very helpfull., That way you can test what you have learned right away., The book also had a full sample exam in the back., My actual test results came within a few percent of my score on the book's practice exam.
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18 years ago
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Re: Specifying Installation Path (SuSE 7.0)
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Re: MSXML Parser Support
I used the MSXML parser a lot at my last job., It is a COM component and as such may be used by any language that supports COM (e.g. C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, Perl, Python, etc.)., It is also faster than most of the other XML parsers I have used., , There are a lot of versions of it and Internet Explorer comes bundled with some version., Perhaps the problem you are having has to do with whether or not IE is installed on the system and what version of IE/MSXML is already there., , In general, it should be OK to install a newer version of MSXML on top of the older one.
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There is a .NET effort for Linux. It has the unfortunate name of Mono., , Here is a link: http://www.go-mono.com/
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I am going to update this to say I don't use Wubi anymore.  I run VMware player under various versions of Windows.  I will run Ubuntu under VMWare.  The player is free with registration and you can download different versions and distributions of Linux from vmplanet.net. For me this is the most pain free way to run Linux when I want to.  My 4 Gig home machine still has a gig of memory left while running Windows 7 as the host OS and Ubuntu 10.4 as the guest OS. At work, it was kind of cool to simulate a primary and backup database.  It was PostgreSQL but just as easily could of been mySQL.  I needed to simulate one going down, then the other, with application level replication.,
Posted 10 years ago
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I used to use Fedora.  Now, on those occasions when I run Linux, I prefer Ubuntu. Check out Wubi, which is a Ubuntu installer/uninstaller under Windows. Since I started looking into VMWare, I have also been running Ubuntu in a virtual machine so I can have Windows and Linux on one machine simultaneously.,
Posted 10 years ago
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I found this pretty interesting. I have one question, however. Where is the value stored? I can various .config files which describe the property, but after running the program twice, I cannot find a file that contains the name (e.g. Adam). added later I am answering my own question.  I found it in: C:\Documents and Settings\Ken\Local Settings\ . . . Application Data\SettingsExample\ . . . SettingsExample.exe_Url_u2cl4dyh3gvnojly3gn0ktpxtban10rv\1.0.0.0\user.config
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Storing your .NET Application Settings
Storing settings and configuration information for your .NET application can be achieved in a number of ways including using the app.config file and the ConfigurationManager class, using the registry, and in your own custom configuration file.
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