Over at West Monroe Partners’ blog, I wrote about how upgrading your dev toolbox can improve your applications.
Around February of last year I built a gaming rig. If you don’t know, the first rule of building a PC should be to determine what you’re using it for and come up with a budget from that. If you don’t know that, you can go crazy and spend way more than what your needs dictate.
My budget was around $1,200-1,300. I spent decent money on the CPU, graphics card, motherboard, and memory. That forced me to cheap out a bit on the case, hard drives, and everything else. Continue reading Adventures in upgrading my SSD (it’s finally working!)