New magazine issue! Yay! Download it right here. In this issue, I talk about time, with references to the movie “In Time”. I might have said Singularity would be taking a short break. But this is a super lean mean issue. We’ll see if it works out. Subscribe to the magazine for free here.
Ok, I’m biased in this. I would suggest you start a business. But I would come off as fake, since I do have a university degree. In these tough economic times, the value of a university (or college) degree is highly debated. Some people say you don’t need a degree (here and here). And there […]
It’s the end of the year 2009. There’s also something you should know. I’m not affected much by holidays, as in I don’t do anything special on or for them. To me, they’re like another Sunday. The days pretty much blur into each other. Time is circular. Seasons change, things change, people change, stuff happens, […]
I work with date and time data a lot. I write applications that handle tens of thousands of such records a day. Not sure if I can tell you the exact nature of my work, so I’ll just briefly touch on the peripheral. Besides, if I write it here, I’ll have to hunt down the […]
I’ve written about how you can manipulate dates and times in .NET before. Here, I’m going to highlight a few avoidable mistakes when manipulating them in .NET and in SQL for database queries. Case matters I’m not going to list down all the format strings you can use. Refer to this list instead. You might […]