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Got PNG? You may get problems.
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Domino SSL Fixes Coming: "Dis is good!"
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Hey who got The Handsome Champion?
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Streaming files to IE8? You may want this.
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The Notebook Saga Continues: 2015
Fri, Jan 2nd 2015 16
SoftLayer + IBM: One Year Update
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 12
Domino SSL Fixes Coming: "Dis is good!"
Tue, Oct 21st 2014 11
Using CKEditor 4: Part1 - Preface + Setup
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VMWare Fusion VM Corrupted? Try this.
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Using CKEditor 4: Part 5 - iPad Demonstration
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Using CKEditor 4: Part 4 - Designing for Read/Edit Modes and Using Validation
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Streaming files to IE8? You may want this.
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Hey who got The Handsome Champion?
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The Notebook Saga Continues: 2015
Fri, Jan 2nd 2015 11:10a   Russell Maher
2014. Uh, yeaahhhhh. There is much I could say but I'll limit it to this: 2014 was not a great year in many, many ways and I'm literally looking forward to a time where the idiocy in my country, and the world in general, will rightfully be recognized for the foolishness that it is and the ever-moving societal pendulum swings back towards an equilibrium that actually makes sense. Moving on. QDiligence had a spectacular year! S P E C T A C U L A R Growth in sales, productivity, functional
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Got PNG? You may get problems.
Mon, Nov 17th 2014 6:18a   Russell Maher
Last Spring I was configuring the Web Application Firewall in front of our Domino XPages application and discovered a rather annoying little Domino "feature." It seems that Domino likes to send PNG files down the wire while indicating that those files are JPEG files. To illustrate the issue I've included a screen shot from a quick Burp scan that shows there is a mismatch. The issue is that the image might not display at all depending on your network and security setup. This came up agai
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VMWare Fusion VM Corrupted? Try this.
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 5:17a   Russell Maher
I use several VMs and have been using VMWare Fusion for years. No problems. Then last month one of my two main vms got this strange error. I futzed with it but was in a hurry and ended up being able to copy the critical files off of it just in case and the darn thing is still corrupted somehow and I really cannot use it any more. So...this past weekend I received a similar error that looks somethings like this... ...except that this time it was on my really, really main VM so I quickly us
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Domino SSL Fixes Coming: "Dis is good!"
Tue, Oct 21st 2014 10:10a   Russell Maher
As Nicolas Cages tells Cher in Moonstruck when he's eating the steak she cooked for him... "'Dis is good." IBM released two technotes today regarding SSL and Domino. I do wish this would have happened sooner but I can tell you from a lot of life experience that "late" is truly better than "never." Domino peeps will be able to support TLS 1.0 and disable SSLv3 support (to protect themselves from POODLE without a proxy server) AND support for SHA2 SSL/TLS certificates is also coming.
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Hey who got The Handsome Champion?
Thu, Jul 24th 2014 1:11p   Russell Maher
My IBM Champion swag just arrived and I ripped into it like it was Christmas then got on a real roll with PhotoBooth! Thank you to IBM for having the Champion program and thank you to Oliver and Amanda for providing us with some really nice things. Very cool. The stuff is cool, no doubt about that, but it is still the honor of being selected an IBM Champion that is really really cool and I am very grateful.
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SoftLayer + IBM: One Year Update
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 3:11p   Russell Maher
About a year ago I posted a couple of times regarding IBM's acquisition of SoftLayer. Received email this morning heralding the one year anniversary of the acquisition and I thought I would take a few moments to give my take as a SoftLayer customer. I was very concerned a year ago when I heard the SoftLayer announcement because, while I sincerely believe the financials of IBM's acquisition of Lotus Software back in 1995 are right in line with IBM's business track record (which is to say the
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Streaming files to IE8? You may want this.
Fri, Jun 20th 2014 9:11a   Russell Maher
An easy XPages tip for a lazy Friday... Got SSL? Streaming files using an XAgent? You're gonna' get an error unless you do something like this: if(context.getUserAgent().isIE(8, 8)==false){ response.setHeader("Cache-Control", "no-cache"); } Apparently IE8 don't like no caching when streaming files over SSL.
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Let me tell you some things about the Irish...
Thu, Jun 12th 2014 6:12a   Russell Maher
To tie off my Ireland Itinerary series of posts I wanted to close with some thoughts on the Irish people and country. I have a curiosity about people that I do not often have the chance to indulge generally because I am too busy and many people find my inquisitive intensity to be unnerving but when I have the chance, the time and the opportunity I really try to learn as much about others as possible and am often rewarded with some valuable perspectives. What I found in Ireland is that the peop
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A Few Pics from Ireland
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 6:12a   Russell Maher
Some of my favorite pics from our Ireland trip... They run anybody during elections! At Newgrange Giant's Causeway Sheeps At Harvey's Point they added this small fireplace room in 2004. It is so awesome! Kylemore Abbey Cows on the road Cows in a field. Banded Galloways Dinner at Hayfield Manor Where the Mahers are from Rock of Cashel Actually drank some whiskey...well Ginger Ale with some whiskey This is really good! Too much to drink? Fishing pole and an an MG
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Our Grand Ireland Itinerary: Nights 8-11
Tue, Jun 10th 2014 2:15p   Russell Maher
This is the second part in a series of posts about our trip to Ireland. Day 1 Itinerary Day 3 Itinerary Nights 8-11 Our first seven nights took us from Dublin to Trim to Northern Ireland to Donegal and then toward Galway. Nights 8-11 took us to the Dingle Peninsula, through part of the Ring of Kerry then over to Cork. Dingle The Dingle Peninsula is stunning. The road out on the peninsula offers some of the most stunning coastline you'll ever encounter. Really something to see. Sadly




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