Moby Disk Consulting
Software Development, Training & Consulting
William Garrison - mobydisk at mobydisk daht com

Welcome to Moby Disk Consulting

Moby Disk Consulting provides technical consulting services to software developers, IT professionals, and end users. More information is available on the About page.

2013-12-01: I wrote a review of my new Digital Storm Vanquish Gaming PC

2011-12-22: I made a full list of .NET Framework delegates and updated the old list of exceptions to .NET 4.0.

2011-09-11: I started on a suite of macros to tidy C# code.

2011-06-27: I have been blogging about Android.

2011-02-19: How to restore access to a SQL Server if you are administrator who has been locked-out

2010-04-28: Updated the Visual Studio outlining macros to work with Visual Studio 2010.

2010-03-12: Combining demo effects + WPF control templates to create a flaming progress bar.

2009-04-25: Code review 1.01 is available. There are many many bug fixes and performance enhancements, especially to printing.

2009-02-03: I made a full list of .NET Framework exceptions under my software articles section.

2009-01-04: DS Picture Copy: Image exporter for the Nintendo DS

2008-03-02: In Loving Memory of Dianna Garrison

2008-01-23: DS Dictionary updated with sleep support

2007-06-07: If you have a Nintendo DS with a mod chip, you can download my Dictionary for the Nintendo DS.

2006-06-27: Please read my article on Network Neutrality.

2005-09-05: If you are looking for Code Review the GUI version is now available.

2005-08-29: Yay! I am now Microsoft MCP #3474763.

2004-05-27: If you are currently using Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (VSS) as your source control package, I recommend moving to Subversion. It is an excellent cross-platform enterprise-level source control package. I modified Brett's subversion migration scripts to import an entire VSS repository into Subversion. Much thanks to for his work.

2004-05-13: The hang gliding section of my personal page is now available. I've posted several new pictures and videos. More to come.

2004-04-15: Welcome to the new web site! This is a work-in-progress so expect the updated software development section and the new technical information sections to grow very quickly in the next few months.