Out of the box, command prompt (cmd) in Windows 2003 Server has the auto-complete (tab-complete) feature disabled. To fix the problem open regedit and create following DWORD keys: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor] “CompletionChar”=dword:00000009 “PathCompletionChar”=dword:00000009 Open new command window and your TAB completion is working!
I just invented An Ultimate Scrambled Eggs. Here comes the recipe: 1/2 red grilled pepper 1 slice of ham 100g of king prawns Green Jalapeño peppers 1/2 lrg red onion 1 lrg carrot 1 lrg tomato 2 eggs. Chop veggies and ham and fry with prawns and three drops of Tabasco until carrot is tender.… Continue reading Ultimate Scrambled Eggs for Geeks
I just got a link to a digital edition of NT Insider, paper I used to read during my university studies (it seems pretty hard core stuff now…). Since then I forgot all about IRQs and kernel level debugging, but I remember I always loved “Peter Pontificates”. See “Pros & Cons of Agile SW Development… Continue reading Does Agile really suck?
This Big Nate comic strip just made my day:
And it finally happened! Amazon started UK edition of Kindle Store!. If you have been using US version of Kindle Store, you need to transfer your account, which takes just two clicks. And that’s all. The new Kindle Store works perfectly with iPad, the prices I checked were are almost exactly the same as in… Continue reading Kindle store now open in UK! And it works with iPad :)
For those of us who have some experience with MySQL exporting the data to sql just just a normal way of working. No big fuss, just start phpmyadmin, select export and it’s done. With Oracle is not as easy – you can create dump using exp and import it using imp. Which is useless if… Continue reading Export Oracle Database to SQL