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30 March 2006
ManagedSpy Released From MSDN Magazine
I just finished reading a great article in this month’s MSDN magazine about a new tool they’ve released called ManagedSpy , which brings the power of Spy++ to the realm of managed applications. My toolbox will definitely be getting some use out of this tool; this looks like a must have for... Read More...
30 March 2006
Sara Smith Dishes With Dino Esposito
Sara Smith (creator/owner of SitePoint.com ) recently had a high level chat with Dino Esposito about migrating to asp.net 2.0, his thoughts on Ajax, and some other interesting topics. Nothing technical, just a nice talk…it’s always nice when interviews touch on some of the more personal... Read More...
27 March 2006
Ever Wonder What Happened To All Of Your Disk Space?
My main drive is a screaming fast 10,000 RPM SATA disk (and it’s fairly quiet as well), but it has the caveat of being fairly small at only 74 gigs so space is at a premium. I regularly run disk cleanups, poke around my temp files folders, etc to delete stuff that I no longer need…but this method is... Read More...
27 March 2006
CoComment Conversations Tab Added To JK.com
I’m still really digging this CoComment thing (I wish more blogs were coco enabled! Patience…). One of the tools they offer is the ability to embed your coco conversations on your own site via a chunk of HTML (if you’re logged into your coco account, navigate here to get your code... Read More...
26 March 2006
Sometimes I Really Should RTFM
I’m in the process of building my first .Net 2.0 WinForms application (I absolutely love the new designer), nothing too major. Of course it’s multithreaded, and I’m going about doing this via events/delegates/threads…the usual way. Make that the usual .Net 1.1 way. I was browsing... Read More...
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26 March 2006
Michael Robertson Is Up To His Shenanigans Again
Bob just sent me a link to a really cool demo of an Ajax site in action: ajaxWrite.com . At first glance, this is a really cool demo of the power of Ajax (VERY cool actually) . But the plot thickens. It turns out the man behind all this is none other than Michael Robertson (if you view source from Firefox... Read More...
22 March 2006
Is It One Space Or Two These Days?
Back when I learned how to type 15 years ago, we were taught to use 2 spaces between sentences like so. This is a new sentence (2 spaces, see?). I read a lot of blogs, and something I’ve noticed is that a lot of folks are using only 1 space between sentences. I’m not saying I’ll change... Read More...
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20 March 2006
New IE7 Build Available from MIX06
Fresh from the IEBlog ( full post here ): One of the other items on the CD is an updated build of IE7 for MIX06. This is build 5335 of IE7. In order to give something to those of you who didn't attend the conference and to address concerns or bugs that have been reported, we've made an updated IE7 build... Read More...
20 March 2006
Bill Gates' Mix '06 Keynote Is Up
Since not all of us could be there live, at least we can watch the webcast of the Mix ‘06 keynote speech (it’s almost 3 hours long, and to be honest I would fast forward to about the 1:30 mark unless you really enjoy hearing BillG drone on about “innovation” and whatnot, though... Read More...
16 March 2006
Music To Code By Vols 4-5 Released
DJ Boliva has been kind enough to release volumes 4 and 5 of his “music to code by” series: Partisan Scream Fest and Hunt the Wumpus (great titles…lovin’ it!). The previous 3 releases were fantastic, as are these. Track 7 on Partisan Scream Fest (~40:00) is absolutely slammin’... Read More...
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