I was browsing through some tickets in Jira today when I found a couple of bugs related to tables not displaying correctly in MSIE. When I found an example, it basically looked like a <TR> tag had not been closed correctly. When I viewed the source HTML, imagine how surprised I was to find a <cfif> statement gumming up the works.
I've got a Dell that shipped with Vista. I installed Ubuntu 8.04 on a 2nd hard drive and had it install Grub so I could boot between the two. After playing games on Vista, I rebooted to do some work in Ubuntu. The machine wouldn't boot due to Grub error 17, but after doing something stupid it booted just fine.
Ok, I'm officially hooked on Twitter. However, I am glad to say that I'm not this hooked.
My parents don't much care for Vista, so after I got their XP machine up and running, they gave me the Dell Dimension E520 they'd bought and were hardly using. I added 2Gb of RAM and a new video card to it with no problems, but when I tried to add a second hard drive for ubuntu, I ran into a snag.
I've been chasing down a CFLOOP timeout error in one of our apps that escaped our rewrite project. After searching through code for 3 weeks, var scoping a bunch of CFCs and wading through a ton of business logic I think I found the culprit.