So now I am analysing the query strings used in the TE website dB interface. I picked a string and discovered that there are nearly 1,500 similar ones scattered throughout nearly 250 files. But at the back of my mind is the thought, why the concern with Zulu time?
Maybe it is a brilliant insight into server farms spread throughout the world taking into account their own idiosynchratic location with respect to some absolute time. Yet hard as I ponder, do I personally care that I know to within a few micro-seconds, when my data was stored, or retrieved? I dare say even millions of them off and I wouldn’t notice.
I also need to study the new way that ASP.NET wants information.
But most importantly I am late for lunch and need to take a break.