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Marco off the Mark. A guy who likes to hang out with family and friends, pedal his bike, dig in the dirt, and live life healthily and happily.

The Young and Restless. 22 year old kid who loves to ride his bike.

Happenings in SoCal. Ass-kicker extraordinaire...

On The B Team. The Chicken Ranch aka B Team's site for local cycling information and trash talk.

Pedal More. Overweight Underpowered Nor-Cal Pack Fodder.

George's Epic Adventures. Ultra Cyclist and father who recently completed 2- Person Race Across America (RAAM) and Furnace Creek 508 Fixed Gear.

Suffer-O-Rama. Eric’s blog about cycling and bike racing

Riders Ready. Jamie Smith's blog devoted to roadies, road cycling, and his book, Roadie: The Misunderstood World of a Bike Racer. Go buy it NOW at VeloPress.com!

Think Fast. Quarq

Old Guy Racer. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll write bad cheques.

Wheels Rolling. Brandy

Sprinter della Casa. Carpe Diem Racing

My Shaved Legs. The fine art of failure. Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies.

To Be Honest With You. Thirty something and searching for my next obsession.

The Tour de Chris. This blog is all about Chris. Fueled by espresso and metal.

The Incidental Cyclist. Cycling in and around Union County, NC

Everest Challenge x2. My wife and I have committed to enter the [Everest Challenge] Tandem division this year. This blog will chronicle our preperation, and ultimately our race experience.

Cycling in Seattle. The ride is the destination

As the Crank Turns. I attmept to ride bicycles...often

Delusions of an Amateur bicycle racer . The announcers butcher his name, but he's used to that

Cycling

Platinum. The Platinum Performance Cycling Team is a Santa Barbara based team with a diverse group of talented riders.

Echelon. Echelon Santa Barbara is a road bicycling club based in Santa Barbara, California. Echelon welcomes dedicated new riders and experienced racers, men and women, old or young, and all those who want to expand their cycling horizons. With a history our History in Santa Barbara bike racing since 1984, we are a USCF registered club.

Bikeforums Road Cycling. Road cycling internet message board. Discuss equipment, rides, races, and all cycling-related discussions.

SCNCA. Southern California Nevada Cycling Association

NCNCA. Northern California Nevada Cycling Association

BiciCORSA. An online group for cyclists of all levels--from recreational riders to weekend warriors to aspiring and professional racers.

Yehuda Moon. Yehuda Moon works at the Kickstand Cyclery, lives on his bicycle, and dreams of a day when everyone does likewise.

Everest Challenge. The hardest two-day USCF race. With the spirit of the "Death Rides" and the dramatic scenery of the Eastern Sierra, this bicycle race and ride will test your perseverance going uphill. We have three climbs each day with gains of 2,600 feet to 6,200 feet.

Local

The Restaurant Guy. John Dickson's Food News

Santa Barbara Independent. Delivers fresh news, arts, and entertainment news and information online all day, every day. The weekly newspaper is published every Thursday morning, with Santa Barbara county's largest circulation of 40,000.

Edhat. One subscriber suggested that the name came from "Every Day Happenings Around Town".

Vita Bella Photography. Local journalistic-style wedding photography

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Adam Szary. Freelance illustrator who is strongly interested in fantasy and comic art.

Virtual Dub. Proof that Avery had too much free time in college...

Helmet Camera Central.

Liō. Daily comic strip created by Mark Tatulli that focuses on the adventures of a strange little boy named Liō. Most of the story is told visually, with little or no dialogue.

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Mar 31, 04:06 PM by Steve | One of Those Days...

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Sometimes I hate working with computers. The project I have been working on suddenly refuses to compile. It is so stubborn, it kills the development environment with an internal compiler error. It did this about a week ago, and research on teh internets led me to a dependency that was digitally signed (supposed to be a good thing). I replaced it with an unsigned version and everything was happy, until today. I made one simple little change and the next time I compiled, poof. I’ve rebooted, cleaned everything, started rebuilding all of the dependencies from scratch, but still poof. Kill me now.

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Feb 15, 09:38 PM by Steve | Binary Incompatibilty

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I spent the last two days at work chasing my tail trying to figure out why a DLL, when recompiled with a trivial change, suddenly (and dramatically) stopped working. It still didn’t work when we recompiled it without the change. Things were complicated by the fact that the client of the DLL was in FoxPro^ick^, the DLL was VB6, and it called some .NET assemblies through COM interop. I’ve been around COM so long I know it very well, but FoxPro I know nothing about and .NET versioning and interop is still very mysterious.

Anyway, to make a long and boring story short, it turns out that the problem was caused by the .NET assemblies having been recompiled on the build machine at some point, without incrementing the version or build number. The interfaces in the type libraries for the COM interop had jumbled around and when the DLL was compiled against these, it was no longer compatibile with the original .NET assemblies.

You see, with “early binding”, the memory offsets for the function entry points (the vtable) are compiled into the DLL. However, since the new type library had jumbled things up, the entry points didn’t match the original type library and we were esentially calling the wrong functions. I extracted the type libraries from the released assembies, placed them on the build machine, and everything was happy.

I should have figured it out faster; I’ve seen this kind of...

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