Lessons learend (from failuere) while I developing a log server for Windows

Wrote this post in Jan 2015 as a quick draft, and remained as it is still today. I thought it's not that useful so tried to delete it, but changed mind and released here. Hope it helps. Recently I developed a logging server based on C#/asp.net on Windows 2008 R2 server. The server primarily does receiving log files … Continue reading Lessons learend (from failuere) while I developing a log server for Windows

Running Python Flask on a local IIS (not Azure!) with wfastcgi.py

There are already a lot of resources dealing with how to setup Django with IIS, or configure IIS to support WSGI with various tools such as Helicon Zoo, isapi-wsgi, and FastCGI. FastCGI looked good among others because I wanted to go with least 3rd party stack and the Microsoft distribute the wfastcgi.py through PTVS. However, there's a still one problem. I couldn't … Continue reading Running Python Flask on a local IIS (not Azure!) with wfastcgi.py

HTML5 Games: Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL typo

I recently started reading a book titled "HTML5 Games: Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL"  and it's good so far. But I found a small typo at the beginning so share it here: Listing 2.8 The Initial Game Module function showScreen(screenId) { var activeScreen = $("#game .screen.active")[0], screen = $("#" + screenId)[0]; if (activeScreen) … Continue reading HTML5 Games: Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL typo