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|c1 WebDev Standards SAMPLE.pdf||Sample Administrator’s Guide for web development; Adobe PDF file format (.pdf). (Original post)|
|Master Data Benchmarking (Survey).xls||Master data “market research” survey; Excel spreadsheet file format (.xls). (Original post)|
|Master Data Benchmarking (Results).pdf||Master data “market research” survey results; Adobe PDF file format (.pdf). (Original post)|
|Portfolio Management Sample.xls||Sample project prioritization worksheet; Excel spreadsheet file format (.xls). (Original post)|
|Powerpoint Fun Samples.ppt||Sample slides for inserting a bit of levity; Excel spreadsheet file format (.xls). (Original post)|
|Ready for the Interview Candidate.pdf||Preparing for an employment interview as the interviewee; Adobe PDF file format (.pdf). (Original post)|
|Ready for the Interview Hiring Manager.pdf||Preparing for an employment interview as the hiring manager; Adobe PDF file format (.pdf). (Original post)|
|Recurring Tasks01.txt||Starter file, Daily / Weekly / Monthly ToDo list; text file format (.txt). (Original post)|
|Recurring Tasks02.ods||Starter file, Daily / Weekly / Monthly ToDo list; Open Office spreadsheet file format (.ods)|
|Recurring Tasks03.xls||Starter file, Daily / Weekly / Monthly ToDo list; Excel spreadsheet file format (.xls)|
|c_log.php||Standardized logging of processes for your PHP web scripts.|
|PushToRemote.php||Publish folder to a web server using FTP. Assumes you have a nice clean local copy of your web site, you’ve made a lot of changes, and you want to get your external web server to match. This routine uses FTP to make the push, makes a local backup (tarball) of the destination site, adjusts for time difference between your local machine and your web server, allows you to specify which folders and/or files to skip, and sets up standardized logging of processes for your PHP web scripts.|
|Print a random quote from a formatted list.|
|fnGetWorkingDays()||MS SQL Server 2000 function that counts the number of working days between two dates, including the start and end days|
|Cazh1 White Paper Template.ott||Generic, but very clean, white paper template; Open Office Writer 2.0 file format (.ott). (Original post)|
|WriteParameter()||Function that writes a named query string parameter|
|Column Validation Sample.xls||Restrict input to two columns; Excel spreadsheet file format (.xls). (Original post)|
|CustomToolBar()||Create a custom toolbar, with custom menu option – Excel version|
|DailyEMailCount()||Loop thru Outlook folders, count read / unread eMails|
|GetFileName()||Use a standard MS Office File Open dialog to get a file name (this should work in any Office app)|
|Google Charts API Demo.xlsm||A spreadsheet with sample code for interacting with the Google Charts API (see this blog post for more info).|
|NicePrintPage()||I always like my print output pages formatted with a nice clean look feel, and standardized page header / footer. This routine nicely puts all of my favorite formats in a single place.|
|countMail()||Count the number of Read vs. Unread items in your Mail folders, between a range of dates. Insightful if trying to gauge how much “spam” and non-value-adding emails you receive (read more …)|
|countMailItems()||Count items in your Mail folders, and display the folders that have greater than some max value. Tool for use when managing your mail.|
|CustomToolBar()||Create a custom toolbar, with custom menu option – Project version|
|NicePrintPage_Gantt()||I always like my print output pages formatted with a nice clean look feel, and standardized page header / footer. This routine nicely sets up a Gantt view for printing.|
|NicePrintPage_Resource()||Same as above, but this one nicely sets up a Resource view for printing.|
|SetSortName()||I like my Resources to sort by last name, but display FirstName LastName|
|CustomToolBar()||Create a custom toolbar, with custom menu option – Word version|
When I talk about having an “offsite strategy” meeting, I’m looking to get out of the office and have some good, “strategic” conversation over a cup of coffee or a beer. Back when I worked for a software development company, we did our best design work at a hot dog stand in Des Plaines, IL; since then, I’ve always found it more fun to conduct some “bidness” in the proper atmosphere.
For myself, this site serves a practical purpose; I want to be able to quickly identify a short list of candidate spots to get together, based on your location and mine. I also wanted an excuse to get some hands on with some interesting web technology; I’ve wanted to build a Google Maps mash-up for some time, and I’ve been seeing a lot of stuff about jQuery on Twitter. The Calendar is just an embed of my public Google calendar – again, just experimenting with the technology.
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I’ve noticed that my posts on cazh1.com are less observations and more essays. Blogging has morphed beyond it’s “personal diary” origins – and cazh1 has become a long-format, personal publishing platform that is still evolving.But as I continue to troll the news feeds and check out what other folks are doing, I’ve repeatedly run into tumblr – almost a genre of it’s own, with a fast growing network of short-form prose, quick observations, and a fascinating variety of photo / illustration blogs. Somewhere between essays on WordPress essays and shout-outs on Twitter; I’ll use Google+ or LinkedIn for sharing other people’s [long and short] content. So where do I stash my quick thoughts?
This short format actually comes in handy for something that has nagged at me for some time; on a number of occasions, I’ve made relatively interesting technical discoveries as I hack and experiment, keeping my hands on and in the code as much as I can fit in. Interesting, not earth shattering, but definitely the kind of detailed solutions to particular problems that have turned Google into a handy tech support tool. Items not meaty enough to warrant an “essay” on cazh1 – but now I have a perfect place to make these entries and observations, and maybe one day help a fellow tech out of an annoying problem.
And so, I present totentanz; a short-form blog with some pics, some philosophy, and some helpful / searching tech notes on a variety of not-necessarily related (but relatively interesting) things.
Concepts and Technology: CSS, memento mori, photography, short-form blogging, tumblr, tumblr themes
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