Archive for June, 2009

UPS WorldShip crashes caused by new version of MySQL ODBC driver

At work, I’m in charge of getting information into and out of a big database of orders.   That includes linking the shipping information to the UPS WorldShip program that our fulfillment team uses to automatically buy UPS service. When the computer they’d been using out there for years just got too terribly slow, we […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on June 11th, 2009

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Prototype tablekit beats jQuery tablesorter by a mile

Since I’m trying to become a better programmer, I’m updating my web site for a better user experience.   I originally built the pictures and recipes pages with SQL-based sorts, so that the user would click on a link that would reload the page with results sorted by the relevant column. Since going to work […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on June 7th, 2009

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