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James is a professional Microsoft .NET developer and applications integrator. He has a number of Microsoft certifications as indicated below and worked for a Microsoft Gold Business Partner in the NorthEast. He currently works for an Enterprise Computer Networking company as the Senior Microsoft .NET Developer.
Interests: travel, meet new people, watch football, he likes to enjoy the weather, go kayaking, play accoustic/electric guitar, play racqutball, and play board games
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I have found that I needed to delete custom SObject records in bulk on the platform. If you are like me, you have done it before and just need to remember what is the best way to do it... Continue reading
I wanted to create a blog post to remind myself how to create an Apex callout in but in eClipse. I won’t get into the specifics from a step by step standpoint, but just wanted to highlight a couple... Continue reading
I have been doing (SFDC) application development for some time and the one thing I do know is that there are some things that you just have to do over and over again. One of them is connecting to... Continue reading
I remember when so many people went crazy for an iPhone. The long lines at the apple stores. The buzz on the news. The hype was all around. Then came the next version and yet another version. Both with advanced... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2011 at The Oxygen blog
If you're like me you probably need to constantly have either a reference book or site to remember differing SQL syntax. There are just too many to remember. I needed to search how to format a datetime field in a... Continue reading
There are not many songs that I typically identify with, but when they come by I have to stop and take notice. Alicia Keys songwriters hit a home run with the song "Empire State Of Mind Part 2". It really... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2010 at The Oxygen blog
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Mar 15, 2010
I was very impressed by the speech that the president delivered last night. His tone, pause and calm but affirmative delivery in front of an impressive view of 4,000 cadets at the United States Military Academy in WestPoint, New York... Continue reading
Posted Dec 2, 2009 at The Oxygen blog
When Google went public on August 19, 2004 at $100 a share and bolstered to a $714 per share stock price on December 7, 2007 on the NASDAQ it made me think what made this company go from Good to... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2009 at The Oxygen blog
Disclaimer: I admit, this blog post might sound like a rant, but it is in keeping with my previous post titled "Personal reflections and Ideals". If you agree/disagree or just want to add to my post in an open dialog.... Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2009 at The Oxygen blog