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1:14 AM
Well then, this user has an interesting moniker
 
1:38 AM
Are you offended on behalf of Microsoft? Or just SSIS?
Or on behalf of people who might be offended?
 
1:49 AM
I'm honestly surprised that they used pisses. Maybe I'm just too prudish with regard to vulgarities
 
2:01 AM
Oh these Southern sensitivities
Myself, I'm offended by the fact that a mere piece of software can cause such an emotional response in someone to make them build their online persona off that
There are better things to be pissed off by
 
Missouri is split between Southern and not. We literally had the dividing line between slaves and not slaves running through the state.
But, I bid you all a good evening
 
Bid accepted
But, Missouri? What about KC?
 
 
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5:54 AM
Morning
 
6:06 AM
@mustaccio KC is in Missouri
Morning
 
 
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7:28 AM
Morning
 
 
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9:06 AM
@billinkc Sounds like a Stack Overflow problem 😀
 
 
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10:30 AM
Morgen...
 
 
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2:36 PM
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A: What is Stack Exchange's official stance on words such as "black list", "white list", "master", "slave", and so on?

Yaakov EllisWe would like to endorse and expand on the answer already given by curiousdannii: …inasmuch as Stack Overflow and the other technology sites form a sort of documentation of technology, I don't think that there can be any blanket ban on such terminology. Many technology projects have used these t...

 
 
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3:56 PM
I'm wondering if someone could suggest a half-decent website that has a sample server for making HTTP *POSTS*.

I want to set up a sample HTTP *POST* and use it in a Stack Overflow question (to help demonstrate a concept).

Any recommendations? I tried poking around the chat rooms in Stack Overflow. But I couldn't find any rooms that pertained to data/web integration.
 
Might search on terms like "dot net fiddle" or "http fiddle"
 
4:34 PM
You don't need a "server" to make HTTP POST request. All you need is curl
 

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