340 reputation
310
bio website cutthechatter.com
location Waterdown, Canada
age 44
visits member for 5 years, 2 months
seen May 26 at 15:31

I am a software developer working for SAP in Waterloo, Ontario. I am a member of the SAP SQL Anywhere engineering team. I write primarily in C, C++, python, and perl.

In my spare time, I enjoy sports, primarily lacrosse, hockey, and baseball.

Blog: cutthechatter.com
Twitter:
GraemePerrow


Oct
27
comment Where can I get php_mysql.dll for Windows?
I copied that file into the php directory and now httpd crashes when I try to connect to the database. At least I have the DLL now! Thanks
Oct
27
accepted Where can I get php_mysql.dll for Windows?
Oct
27
awarded  Commentator
Oct
27
comment Where can I get php_mysql.dll for Windows?
Yes, I've already read all of that. It says "the php_mysql.dll DLL must be enabled inside of php.ini" but I don't have php_mysql.dll.
Oct
27
awarded  Student
Oct
27
asked Where can I get php_mysql.dll for Windows?
Sep
15
answered How to access a SQL Anywhere database?
May
1
awarded  Yearling
Feb
2
answered Change a Database Properties On SQL Anywhere 9
Dec
10
answered SQL Anywhere 10 - Can you combine cache control commands?
Aug
4
answered Secure Database
Jun
26
awarded  Beta
Jun
19
comment Why keyboard keys are not in alphabetical order?
I think the suggestion that it's a myth is a myth. :-)
Jun
18
answered Diagnosing I/O Bandwidth Performance in SQL Anywhere
Jun
9
answered High Failure Rate of Large Drives?
Jun
9
answered Do Windows batch files have a %* construction?
Jun
4
answered Sql Anywhere 9 cannot access on Network
May
29
comment With an expert Sys admin, are windows and linux equal for security
@vartec: The servers aren't the target because they usually have some competent administrator looking after them. For every web server you "recruit" for your botnet, there are potentially thousands of web client machines (mostly Windows) that you could be using whose users are far less likely to notice.
May
24
comment Which ports to use on a self-written tcp server
Not true, there are lots of ports above 1024 that are reserved by IANA (see Murali Suriar's answer). Port numbers above 49152 are not reserved.
May
24
awarded  Critic