I just have to say something about this. Don't forget to add comments to your programs! I know it can be a little time consuming to add comments to your programs but it will save you tons of time down the road. Just think of how much time you would have saved if you ad commented out some of the programs you've worked with lately. Or better yet, think of the other applications you've worked with lately that someone else built and they forgot to add comments.
Now do you understand why I say add comments? Think of the amount of time you have had to waste picking up someone else's code and trying to figure out what it is really suppose to be doing. Or how about the time you go back and look at code you wrote years earlier. How much time would having comments in the code have saved you?
These are just a quick list of things that I have noticed during imports from Microsoft SQL 2000 to Microsoft SQL 2008 R2 that, if you are doing this, you should watch for. This is probably not the complete list of issues, but one's that I have noticed so far:
If you have more you would like to add, please feel free and I'll update the list. I've found that this upgrade for a database is a royal pain unless it's a simple database to begin with.
Today, while at work, I started thinking about what kind of project I could play with next, so here is my idea. I think I would like to build a CMS run on Google Go, using a MongoDB and have the front end use HTML5 and CSS3. With that being said, I've started getting the environment setup.
Now I just need to get Google Go installed on this machine and functioning properly. I wish there was an easy way to install it to a Windows machine.