Following on from last week’s pleasant news, I stumbled across the fact that I’ve also passed the Microsoft Team Foundation Server: Configuration and Development exam!
So I’m now a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist for SharePoint and Team Foundation Server. Time to add another image to my blog template.
I just found out I passed Microsoft Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 - Application Development, which I took in December.
Ironically, I found out from a message from my wife - they’d sent an old-fashioned letter in the mail. Not sure why they wouldn’t just send an email to me :-)
Here’s a Debugger “Feature” for Windows SharePoint Service 3.0
Here’s a new tool from Microsoft to help you produce MOM management packs for your applications.
A bit of background can be found in a document published last year - Health Modelling: A Key step to DSI-enabled applications
The tool helps you to manage the events and counters exposed by your application that can be used to assist in monitoring performance and problems.
Users of my Australian Weather Radar gadget (particularly Adelaide-based ones and new users) - please note that the Buckland Park radar (and hence the images from it) is unavailable for the next two weeks.
So, no the gadget isn’t broken (which was my first thought!) - just select a different location (eg. Sellicks Hill) and it all works again.
When I get a chance, I’ll upload an updated version that fixes a few issues that I am aware of so far:
- Some locations are in the wrong state/territory.
- The centering of the image doesn’t take into account the ”docked height” value
Please let me know of any other bugs or errors you’ve noticed.