Sunday, September 5, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Personal fitness â€“ My Dive Instructor husband finally made the investment in a Mountain bike with a little help from his employer Microsoft. Below is an interesting hybrid Mountain bike made by Fuji for law enforcement.
- Sizes: 17", 19", 20.5", 22"
- Color: Gloss Black
- Main Frame: Fuji Altair 2 custom butted aluminum with PowerDiamond down tube, top tube/seat tube gusset, down tube gusset, Integrated head tube, double water bottle mounts
- Rear Triangle: Fuji Altair 2, custom tapered 7005 aluminum with Edge S-bend MonoStay, Cold forged dropout with CNCâ€™D disc mount and replaceable hanger
- Fork: Rock Shox Recon SL 120mm with Lockout
- Crankset: New Truvativ Blaze 3.1 22/32/44T Chainrings
- Bottom Bracket: TruVativ Power Spline
- Pedals: Wellgo ATB w/steel cage, toe clips and straps
- Front Derailleur: SRAM X.5, 31.8mm, top pull
- Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.5
- Shifters: SRAM X.5 Trigger Shift Pod, 27-speed
- Cassette: Sram PG-950, 11-32T 9-speed
- Chain: KMC Z-9000
- Front Hub: Formula DC-20 sealed aluminium, 36H w/QR
- Rear Hub: Formula DC-22 sealed aluminium cassette, 36H w/QR
- Spokes: 14G Stainless Steel
- Rim: Alex DM-18 aluminum double wall, 36H w/machined braking surface
- Tires: Kenda, K-841A, Police Knite Glo reflective sidewall, 26 x 1.95"
- Tubes: Kenda HD presta
- Brakeset: Tektro Aquila Mechanical Disc w/ 160mm rotor
- Brake Levers: Tektro MT-2.1 Forged Alloy 2 finger
- Headset: Ritchey Logic Zero Comp 1 1/8â€ Press Fit Integrated, 30mm spacers
- Handlebar: Fuji Alloy Handlebar, Black, 560mm with bar ends
- Stem: Fuji extruded aluminum, adjustable angle and removable faceplate
- Grips: Fuji Dual Density Kraton rubber
- Saddle: Fuji MTB with Cro-Moly rails
- Seat Post: Fuji Suspension with adjustable spring, Micro Adjust, 300mm
- Included Featured Accessories: (2)Water Bottle Cages, Rear Carrier, Bar Ends, Kickstand
- Weight: 28 LBS.
Saturday, August 7, 2010
Pre-order your Microsoft KINECT AND Xbox 360 and get it for the price of the Xbox – $299.
Monday, August 2, 2010
Domain Driven Design; Is an implementation approach, as part of a larger delivery process. It specifically focuses on the importance of concentrating on Business Centric Design and the economic value that can be achieved by decoupling the specific technology implementation from the Business Domain and Business Rules.
It further creates a framework for reuse within the enterprise; a significant amount of time is typically spent on Business Domain and Business Rules analysis and development.
The future of DDD focuses on Domain Specific Languages and code generation; again the economic value of above becomes apparent quickly.
Wow, this is some cool stuff. The Social networking integration rocks. I wonder what is next? There seems to be some integration planned between Communicator and Messenger?
Check it out. Windows Live Messenger beta