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  • Back to school

    The past week was kind of hectic, first of all I arrived back home to a damaged home. It took a while to clean up the mess even with determined family members and friends. In the near future I will be trying to get some pictures up on facebook of the mess. Now that I don't have to worry too much...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 09-05-2007
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  • My Last Day

    Today was my last day at Telligent as many of you already know. During this internship I learned many things that one can never learn by watching the television or going to college. Here are a few things I learned from some certain individuals: How to act in a corporate environment (I would like to see...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-24-2007
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  • Heading back home to a natural disaster

    Lately back home the flooding has been pretty terrible, in 3 days I will be flying back home to all this flooding. However Last night, I received two phone calls from my brother and dad, informing me that a tornado had taken out our shop and garage and had also hit the addition onto our house. I was...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-22-2007
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  • One Week Left

    This coming Saturday I'm leaving on a jet plane to head back to good ole' Wisconsin. I'm going to miss everything about Telligent, a lot. It became my extended family. I have truly learned a lot about Telligent like: How to act in a corporate environment How many great employees there are...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-20-2007
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  • Graffiti

    During the past week we had a hack-a-thon event at Telligent headquarters. At the beginning of the week, I kept hearing small snippets of Graffiti. So I asked Jason Alexander what it was, and even though he was secretive about it. All he said is that it's a CMS solution. During our hack-a-thon, Graffiti...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-20-2007
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  • Settling For Second Place.

    During last week when all the remote Telligenti were in the office, we had the first ever Telligent hack-a-thon. The target of this coding event was to add any feature you thought Graffiti (A new CMS solution) should have. The hack-a-thon at first, was only going to be one prize, which went to the best...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-20-2007
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  • The Allnighter

    Yesterday, Telligent had a hack-a-thon; and I'm very happy that they let an intern participate. I ended up staying up all night and implementing a project with the amazing markup and designer extordinare Ken Hanson . I feel like the project that Ken and I developed was pretty solid and cool, However...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-15-2007
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  • Are your flash objects stealing your screen?

    The past week here, in Dallas, has been the busiest so far. I have been working on a new navigation bar for Community Server Enterprise Reporting. I also have been making phone calls and getting everything in place for when school starts. In other news, Telligent is flying in all the remote employees...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-13-2007
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  • The G35 experience

    Some of you might be thinking of a top secret Logitech product. I know I was when I heard the utterance "G35." The G35 is a pretty sweet car and thanks to Donnie, in sales, I was lucky enough to get my first ride in one today. I have noticed that a lot of people here in Texas own a G35. Back...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-09-2007
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  • The FileSystemWatcher class and medium trust.

    This morning I sat down and started looking at why Community Server Enterprise Reporting was having problems running under medium trust. I kept on thinking something is majorly wrong if Community Server can run under medium trust and we can't. I figured that all the reflection we use in Community...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-07-2007
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  • Product Documentation

    This afternoon I started on creating the documentation for how to customize Community Server Enterprise Reporting. I'm going to be working on this for a while, because there are so many things one can customize, like: Multiple database connections, Declarative report model, Enabling and disabling...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-06-2007
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  • Caching and What It Can Do For Your Product

    Today I updated Community Server Enterprise Reporting caching framework to use Telligent's updated caching framework. This updated caching framework is truly amazing; it can handle many more requests and data than the previous version. After updating Community Server Enterprise Reporting, I started...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-03-2007
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  • I am beginning to like the idea of shipping…

    I bet you all thought that I was going to talk about shipping Community Sever Enterprise Reporting. I would, but then I would be lying and I don't lie. This morning I shipped a fifty pound package back home. I am so happy that Adam and I decided that we would ship clothes and extra stuff that we...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-02-2007
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  • Automated Unit Testing

    Automated Unit testing is one subject that I do not know too much about. I was wishing this summer that we would get the chance to unit test the Community Server Enterprise Reporting project. We will see what the near future brings; I think we are not unit testing because the code is constantly changing...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 08-01-2007
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  • Repeater Control, Is it really that Dynamic?

    My question to everyone, Is the Repeater control dynamic enough to create custom tables on the fly? When I think of dynamic it's something you have complete control over. And can change the display at anytime during execution. Please note that I'm sure there are multiple ways one can accomplish...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski by Blake Niemyjski's Blog on 07-31-2007
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