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Hey, you're always welcome to drive south and spend a few days with us in central Florida till the latest cold spell passes! We've got plenty of beer, wine and steak left over from the Xmas - New year festivities. Even some quality Kentucky Bourbon. But don't tell anybody else. We don't want lines of people at the front door.
Appreciate the offer but got to work out in this crap. Going to help put up a shower in one of the group camps and one of the rangers mentioned the laundry room needs a new roof, which it needs desperately. No rest for the wicked!
The shovel option is looking real attractive...except; the roads in this area have shut down.
It's 31F and I've been without power for 7 hours. Water pipes froze and because it's raining and putting a layer of ice on everything I'm having to shake ice out of the awning on my camper.
Gonna be a long night if power don't come back on.
In my continuing self-learning regarding MVC and ef6 (both of which I still find abhorrent, btw), I've established a way to create much of the content on my personal website from a database, and discovered how to pass multiple models to a given view. I've also managed to reduce the lines of code in my links pages from 20-100 lines, to just eight (counting the using statements and model definition, due mostly to my efforts regarding the database and HtmlHelper extension methods).
My only real sticking point right now is understanding how the bootstrap navbar works.
".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
Hello, my name is Jon. I am 30 years old, i was looking to learn coding and possibly make the career jump into the technology world. Was hoping to get turned into the right direction, what’s popular? What’s the best path for steady job outcome? I can only do online schooling since i have a family to provide for and a full time job at the moment. I appreciate any input! Thank you all for your time!
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