Joel Hits DotNetRocks

by admin 24. August 2005 07:33

Joel Pobar is on the latest episode of DotNetRocks. I'm proud to say that I'm one of those that give it to him when comes back to AU with his yank accent.

Meanwhile I'm getting annoyed at trying to prevent multiple submission clicks for the web app I'm working on. I had it all working except for a problem with IE cancelling submissions under certain circumstances. Then I thought I had that fixed but it's now broken in Opera. :(

BTW, I'm back into my PhD starting next Monday and I really do plan on at least having some alpha release of RikWik available by then. Just gotta find time.

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RikWare is a software development company based in Brisbane, Australia. Led by director, Richard Mason, RikWare focusses on solving challenging business problems promptly and effectively.

RikWare is also the owner of Aussie Bushwalking, a free, wiki-like collaboration site for bushwalkers and the creator of RikMigrations, a migration framework for .NET.

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