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Programming Oasis Back Online

(3/22/2000) One of the best QB programmer's sites returns to the Internet, proving once again that Nightwolf can take a licking and keep on ticking. Details here.

Last week, Nightwolf's major QB Site The Programming Oasis had to closed "for an indeterminate time" due to the fact that the CGI scripts were not compatible with the new server provided by Future Software. Because taking out the scripts would require major reconstruction on the site, which holds hundreds of files, it seemed that The Programming Oasis would have to wait until the server was able to handle the CGI scripts.

But instead of taking the turmoil as a curse, Nightwolf counted it as a blessing. The week vacation of The Programming Oasis became a massive, behind-the-scenes reconstruction project, with which Nightwolf was able to take out all of the incompatible scripts and even increase the versatility of his site, making The Programming Oasis significantly easier to update.

This comes as a welcome surprise, considering that in Nightwolf's report he mentioned that he had many files in his inbox that he has been waiting to put up, and the new site format should make it a lot easier to update.

All in all, this means that the one of the big QB Programming sites is simply better than ever.

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