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Posted On Monday, January 26, 2004 5:37 AM

Working with Bristowe on ESF
Last night, John Bristowe and I started discussing ESF and his Newsgator extension to support the spec. It is very cool. With Newgator 2.0, you can build your own extensions to support other frameworks and do whatever you want inside Outlook. He is wanting to make an ESF feed create Calendar events. His first try was very cool. If you don't know what ESF is, check it out here and please give us feedback. INETA is planning to be one of the first users of the format and Bristowe will be changing the ......

Posted On Sunday, January 25, 2004 6:06 PM

Working on my next presentation
This next week and weekend, I will be working on my next presentation. The topic is RSS, but I want to make it a little different than my original I used this summer. I have decided to take the XSLT portion out because lack of time to cover. I still plan to have some examples using XSLT, but I want to include server controls as well. So here is my question. What would you like to see in examples with this topic? I would like to have about 6 different examples that I can go into, but I would like ......

Posted On Sunday, January 25, 2004 5:55 PM

Infopath 2003 Developer Resource Kit
Kirk Allen Evans mentioned Thursday that you could send off the Infopath 2003 Developer Resource Kit. To my surprise, it showed up today. That was fast. Now I have to go check it out.

Posted On Saturday, January 24, 2004 1:15 PM

Source Gear Vault
I am finally finished building my new machine. Last application, Source Gear Vault. One annoyance I have with the application is the fact that if you move it out of the “Programs” folder of the start menu, it will popup Windows Installer, and put another folder there. Annoying! The only way to remove it from showing, is to open the folder and mark it hidden. This is not a big deal to normal Windows developers, but I am anal. Here is a picture of my final start menu. ......

Posted On Friday, January 16, 2004 3:41 PM

Argggg......Anyone else have this problem?
When running VS.NET 2002 or 2003, using multiple monitors, I get this little annoying extra window that popups up in the second monitor. You can't get rid of it unless you minimize VS.NET and use another window to repaint on top of it. Freaking annoying. Here is a photo of the culprit. ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 13, 2004 8:28 AM

Dottext.Web.HttpCompression is ready, download here
After some testing (thanks DonXML), I feel the syndication compression for .Text is ready. However, if you have any issues, please email me at I have included the source, binaries, and compiled changes from the latest release of .Text. I have been very impressed with the HttpCompressionModule integrated into .Text. My bandwidth is down even though the hits are up. As always, please backup your binaries and config before upgrading. With out further ado, here it is. http://www.geekswithblogs.n... ......

Posted On Saturday, January 10, 2004 6:38 PM

Bring in the New Year with a new laptop
Dude, I'm getting a Dell :D Actually a Dell Insprion 8600, and it's about time. Some of you may remember my run in with my backpack and laptop with the wireless card hanging off the side. Running in and out of sessions, I just put it in the wrong way and crack, no more wireless card. Since then I have went through another with the same results. This one has integrated wireless (centrino rules!) and a pretty hefty processor to boot. I ordered it originally online, but for some reason it considered ......

Posted On Saturday, January 10, 2004 9:22 AM

Book Review | Advanced .NET Debugging (Addison Wesley) by Mario Hewardt
We I first received this book, I was not sure what to expect. When it comes to development topics on debugging the spectrum is very wide. Most developers, including myself, only use basic techniques for day-to-day debugging. These get us through our problems quickly and they work well for 80% of the bugs we encounter. We forgot to close a connection, we didn't set a variable, we forgot to exit a loop, we fat fingered a variable name. All of these are daily errors we as developers face and fix with ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 2, 2010 12:36 AM

Windows Virtual PC | My *flicker* First *flicker* Experiences
Well I have been using WVPC for Windows 7 RTM for about a week now and there are a few things I like and a few things I don’t. First off, why at the end of 2009 do we still not have a “multiple monitor” story that doesn’t require me to put quotations around the words. This RDP style of one giant monitor span across your two monitors is not a solution, it hasn’t been since it came out. Secondly, What *flicker* is *flicker* up *flicker* with *flicker* all *flicker* the *flicker* flickering? I have ......

Posted On Monday, November 16, 2009 9:48 AM

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