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Extension Verification Service (EVS)

Dec 20 2012
Over the years it seems like the common method of testing the compatibility of an extension is to make a back-up of your site, install the extension and see if it worked. For awhile, extension compatibility was rather straightforward, so this method of testing worked. Recently, with the introduction of more advanced APIs in the core and core support for modern technology like SQL Azure we have noticed that it is becoming increasingly difficult for users to determine if a particular extension will be compatible in a specific environment or not. EVS attempts to simplify this process by automating some of the initial compatibility checks.

Today is a good day!

     199 is a special number, at least to me it is. 199 represents a goal that I set for myself over two and a half years ago. Other than college I can’t think of too many things in my life that have taken this much time, work and determination to finish. Still not sure what I’m talking about? Well back in May of ‘09 I had a decision to make… loose some weight or go buy all new clothing. Back then I was tipping the scales at 265 pounds. I started running (and I use that term loosely) and trying to eat a little more healthy. The notion of loosing weight to fit my clothing soon morphed into a plan to get my weight down below 200 pounds. Now do you see where I’m going with the 199?


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