Archive for June, 2012

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

DB2 Cursors

An answer to the question of what cursors are used for in DB2. DB2 Cursors

Sunday, June 17th, 2012

June Newsletter

Since I haven’t mentioned it for a while, those new to the site may not be aware that I have a monthly newsletter that provides you with an article specific to the newsletter as well as information about what my plans are for the site and a list of all the changes over the past […]

Saturday, June 16th, 2012

Term Three Classes

The list of the classes that I have available for those who live in Sydney has been updated to include those classes I will be running in term three. Term Three Classes

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

VIP Help Desk

This PHP script is a cheap way to add a help desk to a web site or collection of web sites. It provides all the functionality that an online help desk requires. It does have a few flaws though. Read more about what I think of VIP Help Desk

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Photoshop CS6 The Missing Manual

This is a useful book for anyone who already has Photoshop CS6 installed but is not so useful if you haven’t installed the program yet. Read more about what I think of the book “Photoshop CS6 The Missing Manual”.

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

The ISPF Find Command

The most useful command in the ISPF editor on mainframe computers is the Find command. This command contains options that allow you to be very specific about exactly what it is that you are searching for and what part of the document that you want to search for it in. In this article I cover […]

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Reinstalling XP Without the CD

Do you need to reinstall your operating system? Have you lost the install disk? perhaps you never had one. If your computer didn’t come with an install disk then there should have been a copy on the hard drive for you to burn the CD yourself. I wasn’t sure which situation applied to the person […]

Monday, June 4th, 2012

“InsideWindows Debugging”

For anyone writing windows applications, debugging those applications when the code doesn’t work quite as expected is an essential step in the process. This book goes into great detail as to how you can use the debugger to help you identify and fix such problems. Read more about what I think of the book “Inside […]