March 2019

Using the Defective Pixel Repair Feature in Pulsar Thermal Optics Using the Defective Pixel Repair Feature in Pulsar Thermal Optics
Have you ever seen a small pixel in your Pulsar Thermal optic’s screen that you wish wouldn’t stick out like a sore thumb? If you fire your gun a lot these pixels-that-need-repair occasionally occur, but fear not, Pulsar has anticipated this and provided a way to resolve it. I had one on my screen for a few months before I investigated it and the good news is that it’s really simple to correct!
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February 2019

7 Benefits of Having a Thermal Monocular 7 Benefits of Having a Thermal Monocular
A thermal monocular offers several benefits some of which may not initially obvious. After having used a thermal monocular for over 2 years, I’d like to share some of the ways I use this recent technology to get an edge in the field and beyond and some ways you may not have thought about using a thermal monocular before.
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Adam Smith & Clint Patterson Named to 2019 Pulsar Pro-Staff Adam Smith & Clint Patterson Named to 2019 Pulsar Pro-Staff
We are excited to announce that two of our WeHuntSC.com members are now Pulsar Pro-Staff members. Adam Smith and I were recently selected to the Pro-Staff team and we are excited to see what 2019 has in store. As you have likely seen in our posts, our team has been doing a lot of night hunting lately and we use Pulsar scopes on our setups. We’ve been putting a lot of time into the images and videos we share from the hunts and Pulsar has recognized.
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November 2018

Scratching the Surface with Blazor Scratching the Surface with Blazor
Recently I presented on one of Microsoft’s latest technologies, Blazor, at our Southern Fried DNN User Group meeting. DNN, like many ASP.NET web applications, is looking for ways to get more modern and I believe that Razor could play a big role in DNN’s journey to .NET Core. In this meeting I presented an introductory level session on Blazor.
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October 2018

Microsoft, Open Source, & Why It's a Great Time to Be a .NET Developer Microsoft, Open Source, & Why It's a Great Time to Be a .NET Developer
Microsoft is serious about open source and it’s not just lip service. As an avid DNN user I’ve been around Microsoft technologies and open source for a long time now and the transition that’s recently taken place at Microsoft has been great to see. As I’ve heard a lot lately… this ain’t your daddy’s Microsoft!
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May 2018

Why Businesses Should Contribute to Open Source Software Why Businesses Should Contribute to Open Source Software
Last week I attended Microsoft’s Build Conference in Seattle. I was helping at the .NET Open Source booth which promoted the .NET Foundation and all things open source. A question posed during one conversation led to this blog... "How can I convince my business leadership that my developer team should contribute to Open Source Software?"
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September 2017

August 2017

Splunk’ing Around With DNN Splunk’ing Around With DNN
I’ve recently been researching Splunk and have been impressed with its power, flexibility, and ease of use. One idea I had was to see how I could use Splunk with DNN. This blog will detail some of my initial findings with the application and potential use cases.
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2017 Eagles Hype Video 2017 Eagles Hype Video
The Central High School Eagles of Pageland, South Carolina have a rich tradition and history of success. Jason Fararooei and I recently created another video for the Eagles. This video is a short, pre-season, you need to come to the games to get more, hype video for the team.
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