I thought I was doing OK this morning. I’d gone from broken to mended, with all my demo programs for the Portugal sessions working fine. I even sent a Tweet out to Twitter bragging about this.
There was just one final link in the chain that I need to sort out, which is the tiny router I carry around with me to demos. There is nothing quite like having your own little network to hand, with an address range that you know and love. And I can even use the router to find out what addresses have been allocated so that they are easy to locate from Visual Studio. Unless, of course, I lose the admin password for the thing.
Which I have just done. Or the universe has engineered for my personal torment. Or whatever. Either way up, I foresee a certain amount of frantic pinging before the session.
Oh well, if you don’t learn something from an experience you really should not be in the game. I’m never going to brag about making something work. Ever again.