Source: http://www.simongreaves.co.uk/working-with-esxi-log-files/ Good article written by Simon Greaves. I grabbed things I really liked and pasted below: See his article for original content and some extra stuff. Working with ESX(i) log files is important when troubleshooting issues within the virtual environment. You can view and search log files in ESX(i) and in vCenter Server using a few different methods. Methods Using… Read more →
OK, so the title is click bait. But seriously the F key in Excel on a laptop with no number pad is something to be shared. Excel decided that the F keys, you know F1, F2, F3… and the function key on keyboards that have dual purpose F keys, that the F key functionality should be switched. This means if… Read more →
Brent Ozar is to many a SQL god. I appreciate and value all of his internet posts. They have saved me more times that I can remember. So now that I am setting up a new vmware host which will hold our first virtualized SQL server, I turned to the internet to test out this host. First using VMware IO… Read more →
A way to display PDF documents in a web browser without using the build int PDF viewers that are built into Chrome or Firefox. So it works also in Edge and IE.
Source: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/volleyball_training.htm This site has some fantastic workouts which should help prevent injury, improve your jumping, blocking, Its all basically exercises which target the muscles which you need to perform well. JUMPING Here is a good link showing you how to maximize your jumping for blocks and spikes ARM SWING PASSING IN VBALL Read more →
Here is an amazing TED Talk by Mina Bissel on Cancer Cells For decades, researcher Mina Bissell pursued a revolutionary idea — that a cancer cell doesn’t automatically become a tumor, but rather, depends on surrounding cells (its microenvironment) for cues on how to develop. She shares the two key experiments that proved the prevailing wisdom about cancer growth was… Read more →
In this post I wanted to share with you all how I build my own outdoor theater. I had a couple pieces of criteria when getting into the project. The projects scope was the screen, and the stand for speakers, laptop, and projector. I already had all of that. Has to been cheap. Less that $100 Must be easy to… Read more →
I should add a disclaimer that dealerships are really separate business from a car manufacturer like KIA motors US bound by an agreement between the dealership and manufacturer. The contract says the dealer must follow and claim expenses to the manufacturer for warranty work, and can have a separate warranty on top of the manufacturers warranty. So as I sit… Read more →