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The first UK Umbraco level 2 training and certification course
is now listed
on Umbraco.org and available to
book through Ferguson Moriyama. The course will be on December
the 2nd and 3rd at Bonhill
House in London. Spaces are limited so early reservation is
recommended.It has been a mad few days getting the infrastructure to run the
courses in place, but I've prepared a test run with 6 brave test
course atendees who will be coming to London in the next couple of
weeks.I've spent a large amount of time in the last few days learning
the course materials and adding to them where I see appropriate and
I'm excited an looking forward to getting out there and getting
more people into Umbraco.I must admit I'm slightly daunted
The Pho Map is a great resource if you are ever in the UK and are looking for a delicious bowl of Vietnamese noodle soup.
The map features clickable photos, and food ratings, and is growing weekly.
I'd avoided looking at spell checking in Umbraco as I thought it would quite time consuming. I was wrong... Thanks to the excellent NetSpell and it's built in web ui demo, it only took about 30 minutes to hack something together.Check out the screencast.The checker works on dictionary files, so it will do languages other than English. I implemented it to check specific Umbraco fields, though it would be relatively simple to have it check all fields in a document type.I'm hoping Niels will snap this one up and integrate it, as I'm not known for my UI design!Next on the list is looking at NClassifier which Ismail found. I'm hoping that it will help me add some content intelligence to Umbraco - for example, auto suggesting keywords
Two chilli rated
14-16 Camden High Street, Camden Town, London, NW1 0JH
Strange looking place on Camden high street. We'd visited
previously and been told 'the dish' was only served at lunch time.
The hue style stock was extremely weak, the meat very fatty and the
portion of noodles and condiments disappointingly small. Avoid.
Good for: Colonial interior.
Bad for: The Pho unfortunately.
Exciting times at Ferguson Moriyama! In the week that China overtook the US to have the world’s largest online population we are now able to offer professional translation from English to Mandarin (or vice versa).Obviously with our existing technical knowledge we can offer solid consultancy on the best way to go about performing translation using your existing infrastructure.We’ll also be looking at localising the Umbraco UI for Mandarin.
thought Toby Bell delivered a good presentation but it
didn't relate specifically to any Autonomy Interwoven products.To Conclude:All in all it was an interesting day. I'm looking forward to
getting my hands on some of the technology that Autonomy
Four chilli rated
80 Lee High Road, London, SE13 5PT
Hong Van was recommended to us by someone who had seen our
previous reviews, so we dutifully headed south of the river.
The stock was amazing. This was the first time that we haven't
added chilli sauce to a stock. It could have been a little more
fragrant but that would be being very fussy.
Good for: Awesome chilli kick and very reasonably
Bad for: Not the nicest looking beef, and not really
enough of it either.
Still using the stationery of the previous
I had a few mails asking if I resolved the forward lock and C#
problem that I was having. The working code is below, I am not sure
if it is the best way to do this, but it does work.
Stream str = File.Open(Server.MapPath(Request["file"]), FileMode.Open);
byte  buffer = new byte[str.Length];
str.Read(buffer, 0, Convert.ToInt32(str.Length));
Response.Charset = "";
Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.oma.drm.message";
String header = "--mime_content_boundary\r\nContent-Type: image/gif\r\nContent-Transfer-Encoding: binary\r\n\r\n";
String footer = "\r\n--mime_content_boundary--";
System.Text.ASCIIEncoding encoding = new System.Text.ASCIIEncoding
Him: Do you speak French?
Him: Oh, not even a little bit?
Him: Errr, OK so you don't speak any French?
Me: That is an accurate summary of our conversation so far, so what can I.....
Him: [cutting me off] I'm looking for an Interwoven consultant, but they must speak French.
Me: Well, I think we've established that there isn't a conversation to have.
Him: So you don't speak French....
Him: Do you know anyone who speaks French?
Me: Yes, quite a few people.
Him: Great, well do you think...
[cutting him off]
Me: But not with Interwoven skills.
Him: Oh, well thankyou. Bye.