Certifications have been in the tech community for quite a while now. CCNA, ACT, MCP, MCSD, CompTIA+, CCP-V, and a whole slew of other acronyms are certifications you can get by going through specialized training and passing an exam (or 3) each vendor offers with their technology. You don’t need a college degree to get them either, but are they worth it?
There’s a saying I heard once that says “Software is never finished, only abandoned.” I’m starting to wonder if that might apply to recipes as well. I’m wondering if that might apply to recipes a well. With family coming into town and not a whole lot of time for curing, I held off on a bacon cure I wanted to try and went back to my “standard” recipe, but made some more tweaks based off of some feedback from Jen.
I haven’t done these in a while, but man this one is great!
I can’t take too much credit for this, however, I made enough updates to the library that I felt it warranted a post.
If you’re migrating your blog from WordPress into Sitefinity, I’ve taken an existing tool (major HT to timw255) and modified it. I disabled some features with loading tags/metadata that caused errors. More importantly, I added the ability to have a “default” e-mail address, properly import the full image from the “thumbnail” images that WordPress typically uses, and cleaned up the summary field.
It’s on Github, so as they say, if you don’t like what I did, fork it and improve it yourself! 8^D
You can get the WordPress to Sitefinity tool here.
I’ve been out of town for about a week and the time is always so short and so long simultaneously. The long time away is doubly tough when it’s away from family. Fortunately, I’m packed up with lots of things to keep me company. Half of them are surprises that show up in my bag. I’ll be home soon my loves…
They say the third time is the charm, and so it was!
I take no credit for this! It’s all a HT to my wonderful wife, and it has helped out so many times now!
Don’t you hate cutting cold butter, especially once your bagel is ready? Sure you can pull out the stick at the same time you put the bagel in the toaster, but sometimes it isn’t soft enough.
Instead, put your knife over the “vent” of the toaster. It’ll get nice and warm while the bagel toasts, and cut through your butter like a lightsaber.