I am going to keep this post short, even though it's been almost 6 or more months since the last time I have actually posted something on here. I had big ambitions for this site, but due to my real day job as a web developer / programmer / application administrator my work life balance went to out to sea. So why am I writing something now? Why not..... I mean, this is my blog / tech site. I am getting some traffic, and have even had an article or two written about my interactions with PTC's Windchill PDMLink tool. I have been contacted a few times by outside companies looking for help with their PTC Windchill implementations.
So what am I doing now? Well, I still have my day job, and I am still coding away on one off projects here and there. I am currently working ...
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I am an avid gamer, and I never did get into modding my consoles or PC towers. However, I ran across this mod while reading through one of the blogs that I frequent. I work for an engineering firm, and I have a good idea what it took for this individual to complete this case mod. If you get bored and what to check out other mods that guys are doing check it out here at MNPCTECH.com.View Article »
This particular topic hits home a little for me. I used to spin records when I was in college, and had hundreds of hours invested into learning the essentials and tricks of becoming a real DJ. Not to mention the thousands of dollars I invested into my gear. Just to start off, I had two black Technics SL-1200MK2 turntables with a Pioneer DJM-700 mixer. That investment alone set me back roughly almost $2,000, and I hadn’t even begun to think about adding CD players to my setup. Then began the countless hours and money spent in the local records shops looking for the latest and greatest tunes to spin.
With the advancement of technology, more and more people can easily jump in the game of mixing music with a small investment into equipment. A good example of this is Rana...
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