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  • IE7: Warned but Not Heeded

    A while back someone warned me about IE7, but I guess I forgot and I installed it in order to do some testing with our website.&nbsp; Many have blogged about what they dislike about IE7 so all I&#39;ll say is... I agree.&nbsp; Here are my top annoyances: menu/command bar/address bar inflexibility alert box asking if I want IE to be able to ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on November 27, 2006
  • Checking In? (part 2)

    An article on the Student check-in system at Central Christian Church of the East Valley
    Posted to blog (FileGallery) by nick on November 20, 2006
  • Checking In? (part 1)

    an article on the Children&#39;s check-in system at Central Christian Church of the East Valley
    Posted to blog (FileGallery) by nick on November 20, 2006
  • Checking In? (part 1 & 2)

    Here is the PDF to the articles I wrote for the now defunct Church Crosstalk site: Checking In? (part 1) Checking In? (part 2)&nbsp;
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on November 20, 2006
  • .NET Framework 3.0 and Workflow Foundation

    [ImageAttachment]I don&#39;t know how everyone is holding up with what seems like a constant, never ending stream of new technology to learn and utilize.&nbsp; With release of the .NET Framework 3.0, I&#39;m trying to keep my eye on the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).&nbsp; If some common complaints can be resolved, I believe WF has the ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on November 20, 2006
  • re: Visit to Arena

    There are so many features in Arena it is impossible see the full depth of everything in one, two... days. For starters study the things David described in his blog at http://davidturner.typepad.com/davidturner/arena/index.html Now, if small groups are important to your church and your church is large, then keeping track of them is very ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on November 12, 2006
  • Podcasting for Normal People

    [ImageAttachment]Today I spent some time describing to someone from the worship team the process we use in order to podcast our weekly message. They wanted to learn so that they could help one of their volunteers from another ministry setup and begin podcasting some event they are recording each week. As I neared the end of my ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on September 20, 2006
  • Yearly AZGroups Big Event Summary

    AZGroups (formerly AZ.NET User Group) had their yearly &#39;big event&#39; yesterday. The following is a brief digest of the event... Eric Sink, original creator of Internet Explorer and founder of SourceGear, gave the first presentation (which I missed) on mistakes made with version control. His second topic was marketing mistakes. Surprisingly, ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on September 7, 2006
  • David Turner is blogging!

    How did I miss this in his comment on Brian Anderson&#39;s blog this weekend? David included the link to his own blog in there. David is the senior developer at CCV and is part of the team that created the original software which is now known as Arena ChMS. Stop over at his blog to welcome and encourage him to continue in his new ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on August 2, 2006
  • Shelby Arena

    Now that it has been announced publicly, I can tell you that we&#39;ve picked Shelby Arena to replace our existing ChMS system. [ImageAttachment]Last year I installed the pre-Shelby version of this system and got to kick its tires. It is beautiful. When you finally get to see it you&#39;ll understand what I mean. Between Jon&#39;s ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nick on July 30, 2006
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