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I use disk cleanup pretty regularly, but I never check the "Compress Old Files" option. Although I never use it, it always checks the entire file system while determining what to clean up. That part of the process takes forever. I found the fix: http://kb.ucla.edu/articles/automatically-skip-compress-old-files-when-doing-disk-cleanup-in-2000-or-xp Text from the...

Version 1.0 is nearing for our Landboss project, and we're since we're at the final stretch a lot of our work is general optimization and code cleanup.  As part of this we needed a way to compress (or more precisely, minify) our javascript/css files.  One...

We've spent the last couple of weeks really pushing hard on our billing application, which includes a section for people to signup for a free trial without having to contact us first.  It's been thoroughly tested and deployed on the live site.  One minor thing...

http://highscalability.com/stack-overflow-architecture Saw this on yc and thought it was quite fascinating. I love Stack Overflow and the biggest benefit I have noticed since their launch is that they have quickly overtaken Experts Exchange in Google results. I loath Experts Exchange and I don't think I'm alone. One thing...

For landboss we use NHibernate.Search to build and query Lucene indexes made from our NHibernate objects "automagically."  So far it has worked really well, and made full text search stupid-easy.  Recently on our live environment we found a disturbing and very confusing issue surrounding it. The...

LANDBOSS finally released for open beta later yesterday; now it's just a matter of making any changes people request (and they will request them!). I'm confident since we have things pretty polished already, though, that this is the beginning of the end and we'll get...

As a self-taught developer and as a manager who has watched the growth of many young developers, I have seen a pattern in the learning cycle of developers.  It usually goes like this: 1.  Make it work The young developer is ecstatic to just have code that...

I have long since been an advocate of proper markup, web standards, and accessibility. Most people at InterWorks don't know it, but when I go home at night, my relaxation time is figuring out what it takes to make websites load faster. I have ultra...

Disclaimer: I am purposely withholding a detailed analysis as I do not feel qualified to make statistical judgements about the data, but rather present these graphs in hope that it gives a new and different perspective on the impact that twitter has on spreading information. Like...

When we first began using SVN a few years ago commits typically happened once a day, if that often.  Over time we have learned that fine-grained commits offer many benefits over bulk commits, I've outlined a few below. Searching commits is easier Committing more often means that...

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