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Paul Carney

Member since Feb 15, 2011

Recent Blog Comments By Paul Carney

  • My First Year As A Mac User On The Apple MacBook Pro

    Posted on Jun 7, 2011 at 3:21 PM

    And to all: I am in no way an Apple Fan Boy. I do not own an iPod, iPhone or iPad and don't anticipate owning one anytime soon. But given a choice of a laptop computer that does what I need here at home and when I am on the road, my choice is a MacBook Pro. @Randall: My previous PC laptop, and my ... read more »

  • My First Year As A Mac User On The Apple MacBook Pro

    Posted on Jun 7, 2011 at 3:18 PM

    @David, I am not sure what issues you are having, but launching apps and slow speed is not common on my Mac running OS X. Mine runs very fast. I also have Parallels with a Win 7 VM and while it is definitely faster than Win XP, I do not agree that it is faster than Mac OS X. I usually have about ... read more »

  • My First Year As A Mac User On The Apple MacBook Pro

    Posted on Jun 7, 2011 at 2:55 PM

    I agree with you on all accounts, Ben. I got my first one in February, 2010, and have not looked back since. I will add a few delights of my own: - trackpad: awesome! Once you get used to it, a mouse gets in the way. I even got the external one to use with my external keyboard. - connecting to t... read more »

  • Streaming Secure Files Efficiently With ColdFusion And MOD XSendFile

    Posted on Apr 14, 2011 at 11:58 AM

    Thanks, Ben! I could have used this at my previous company, but now have this page bookmarked and indexed in Evernote so that I can figure out how to do it for my startup, as I know that file streaming will be needed. I found your explanation easy to follow - you have always done a great job and co... read more »

  • Maintaining Key-Case During JSON Serialization In ColdFusion

    Posted on Apr 1, 2011 at 10:59 AM

    Awesome example, Ben. I am sure this will save dozens of people hours of frustration as they try to implement JSON-type calls from CF. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!... read more »

  • The Anti-Spam Technique Used On My ColdFusion Job Board

    Posted on Mar 18, 2011 at 9:59 AM

    As a math person, I like the approach! As you say, this won't stop everything, but definitely will help keep most of the rif-raf out! :)... read more »

  • Smashing jQuery By Jake Rutter

    Posted on Feb 15, 2011 at 10:55 AM

    Thanks for the info, Ben. I will definitely grab this book as another resource in my quest to gather the best ways to build jQuery-driven apps.... read more »