Searching for solutions to technical problems can be frustrating. You know what you are trying to accomplish but don’t know which tools and techniques will help you solve the problem. Web searches tend to focus on the names of tools and techniques and don’t often include the name of the problem in an easily searchable form. My goal is to fix that problem by¬†organizing¬†the content by solution. For example you know you want to track open files in the operating system of your choice but you don’t know what tools allow you to do that. Search for “open files” and find the solution without having to wade through pages and pages of unrelated material. My philosophy is “find it, fix it, done”. You have better things to do than wade through reams of unrelated material.

This month I am focusing on common problems that we all run into:

And a few things that maybe aren’t so common

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    February 23, 2012 at 1:37 pm | #1

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  3. Bob Tabone
    March 6, 2012 at 10:19 am | #3

    Great job Mr. Brian. It has been way too long since I visited this site and I WILL fix that problem.

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