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<<winge mode="">> Has anyone use a Timesheet app that is accessible by the Web by JD Edwards the version we have would not be let into the wild by us, it is the ropey beyond belief it will not allow you to change time balances once you have closed but not submitted the sheet....<<>>
It presents like a project someone had half finished a degree project that somebodys parents use...
Have you ever experienced the crap-tastic sludge pile from Deltec? It's almost as if it was developed by the federal government.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
I am still waiting to find that expertly written code that is maintainable, has no bugs, which everyone likes and which costs nothing to write.
For that matter even a car or a lawnmower like that would be nice. Heck even my screwdriver and hammer don't work all the time.
But until I see it I will just keep going through life making do both in the tools that I use and even make accommodations in what I deliver myself so that it can actually deliver some value to someone at some point in time.
It's been a few weeks since I've posted a SOTW (and some of you actually missed me), but after a busy period I'm back
Last week, I started watching Guilty Crown, a new anime on Netflix.
While I'm not so sure about the series, the soundtrack is pretty amazing.
The very first episode opens with this song and I loved it right away.
It kind of has the same flow as the ending theme of Steins;Gate and the main song of NieR: Automata, which were both popular SOTWs.
On an unrelated note, I started learning Japanese on Duolingo and I actually heard and understood some words in this song
Glad to hear you are progressing with your Japanese!
For anyone interested, the Cliburn Junior Classical Piano Competition wraps up this weekend. The next broadcast is 7:20 pm CST, so a little over four hours from this posting: CLIBURN LIVE. The page has a watch on demand link for the previous performances on YouTube.
Unrelated to that, here's another video always deserving of more views: SYNC24 - Dance of the Droids. I've probably linked to it before, since it is so phenomenal.
Sander: what are your favorite animes? I tried Stein's;Gate, but wasn't too impressed, unlike Overlord and some others. My all-time favorite is Princess Mononoke, even though it isn't a series.
Yeah, I get that.
I didn't really get into it until the second half.
The first episodes are very slow, but the last episodes are great.
David O'Neil wrote:
My all-time favorite is Princess Mononoke
Great one, but I still prefer Spirited Away
David O'Neil wrote:
what are your favorite animes?
For series, some classics like Fullmetal Alchemist (and Brotherhood), Trigun and Cowboy Bebop.
I also really loved Violet Evergarden and Erased.
And The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K. is hilarious!
Probably my all time favorite (waiting for a new season) is The Seven Deadly Sins. Escanor is my favorite anime character of all time!
The only thing I disliked about it is the (completely out of place) sexual "humor", like pinching boobs and looking under skirts... Ah well, that's Japan I guess
David O'Neil wrote:
For anyone interested, the Cliburn Junior Classical Piano Competition wraps up this weekend.
Two awesome anime series got me into piano (so much that I bought one and started taking lessons), which are Forest Of Piano and Your Lie In April.
Especially Your Lie In April is amazing!
Seems appropriate. Most of the Scrum meeting sounds like Russian to me anyway...
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
I'm getting a new Azure VM ready to host several web apps and am to the point of getting an SSL cert for it. It appears that Let's Encrypt requires renewals more frequently than a 'store bought' ssl but that the renewal can be automated. I might be able to live with that.
Anyhow, to the point...anyone here using let's encrypt? Anyone had issues with it? Usually there is a reason things are free...limitations and such. Thanks for any suggestions/thoughts.
Edit: 4 hours later after receiving some encouraging reviews and I can't get it working! Using a GUI tool called certify, I got a cert installed easily, but no joy on connecting via https...now giving a dns error. (INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND) The certs (I now have 3 from trying different configurations to get it to work) appear to be valid on the server. The bindings appear to be correct as well. IIS 10 on Server 2016 if it matters.
I'd hate to find out that my ISP's cable modem is blocking 443...probably not, but I'm running out of reasons why this won't work. wte would dns have to do with it...the sites show up fine with http, but not https.
I use both in Azure and in hosted on-site websites with no problems.
The biggest issue in Azure is getting the renewal automated, which requires that your website has a service level of "always on" to run the renewal web job when necessary.
How did you automate the renewal process? I also have been using LetsEncrypt successfully in both on-prem servers and Azure VMs (dev and test servers). But every 3 months I have to go through the hassle of manually renewing.