Welcome to IUpdateable, the primary blog of Eric Nelson, a solutions architect, software engineer, father, husband and FPS gamer.
I currently work in Amazon Web Service EMEA as a Senior Solutions Architect. All opinions are my own.
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Saw you most from several years back regarding VB6 migration. Is the ArtinSoft product still the tool of choice when peforming a migration from VB6 to VB.Net?
Sorry Todd – had your post down as spam somehow. Just been doing a clear out.
Artinsoft and http://www.vbmigration.com/ from codearchitects
My name is Ashwin Raghavan and I am currently pursuing my Master of Business Administration in Glasgow School or Business and Society. I would be happy to know if you support expertise requests for academic researches. If so can you kindly let me know on how to approach you. Since it is an academic research, the confidentiality levels are very high and not revealed at any cost.
Hi there, I would be happy to help if we are talking 15mins – but I do get a lot of requests that require a lot longer which i alas need to turn down
Thank you for your interest. I am keen to respect your time lines and happy to hear your views on some close specifics of Cloud Computing and SMEs. The research is related to evaluating the impact of Cloud Computing on SMEs Information Systems (IS)/Information Technology (IT) competitiveness in UK. If you are comfortable in just adding some brief answers then I will have no trouble in sending a word document with just 4 questions. Alternatively I am also fine with contacting you directly for a discussion with the same questions. Please let me know your preference by kindly posting me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am glad to act based on your suggestions.
A while ago you posted this blog entry:
Do you have any more information about how to pass the MPR tests for Lync apps. Mine keep failing, and there is absolutely no documentation anywhere.
Sorry Matt for not spotting your unapproved comment for so long. Unfortunately I’m not involved in MPR these days. I assume this is now resolved … reply again if it is not.
Did you have an updated copy of your eBook “The Windows Azure Platform: Articles from the Trenches”?
Hi Daniel – sorry no. Been looking at other stuff. I believe the UK Windows Azure UG have a similar book in the works. Ill see what the latest is.