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dotgeek,

One of the biggest features that I always heard about with the iPhone is it has an App for everything. Must suck to be an iPhone developer right about now with everything having been created already. Sure ...

Charles Young,

I've been taking quite a prolonged break from blogging, partly because my attention has been elsewhere. Writing several chapters for BizTalk Server 2010 Unleashed (due to be published towards the end of ...

Kelly Jones,

I decided to install the new beta of Windows Live Essentials, mostly for the new Sync app. I also got Live Writer, which has the newer Office style ribbon User Interface. (Here’s the Windows Live blog ...

Ryan Cain,

I've been running various versions of Live Mesh and Live Sync on my Mac over the past year. So far I haven't been terribly happy with Live Mesh, but it got the job done, albeit very slowly at times. I'm ...

PaulJohnson,

In no particular order, here are the technologies with which I wish to dabble/learn/master. Silverlight Windows Phone 7 Windows Embedded (in a strictly hobbyist, build your own pet dog, approach) MEF Rx ...

Chris Skardon,

A few days (maybe even a week ago now) I had an email in my inbox asking me if I’d like to have a copy of NDepend so I could maybe write something about it on my blog. I went through 3 stages – 1st – free ...

Liam McLennan,

In a recent podcast Scott Hanselman accurately, and delicately, exposed some of the weaknesses of NHibernate. Scott focused on the difficulty of getting started with NHibernate, referring to the number ...

Ryan Cain,

In the past few months I've had the great opportunity to learn both the iPhone and Android platforms for an App we built for my 9 to 5 job. This was a great new chance to learn brand new languages and ...

Kelly Jones,

I’ve been syncing my calendars for years. If you’re interested in why I am using Google, then read the history section, otherwise skip down to the how to section of this post. History For past six years ...

Michel Grootjans,

While preparing the code for my previous post, I decided to try NU to get the OSS I needed for the demo. I must say it was a blast. Ruby is required to run NU. For those who don’t have ruby on their machine, ...

Mohammad Azam,

When I was in school my instructor introduced me to relational databases. I mostly programmed in Oracle learning different types of JOINS and T-SQL statements. It was forbidden to talk about any other ...

Mohammad Azam,

Ruby has an awesome package management system called RubyGems. You just type the name of the package on the command line and it is magically downloaded on your machine. Finally, there is something similar ...

dotgeek,

For me, its the smart phone that really speaks to me. When news about this device came out this past February and they showed off the interface and what was planned, I had a huge smile on my face and said, ...

Juan Mestas J. (aka gotchas),

Las aplicaciones de Windows Azure se ejecutan en los centros de datos de Microsoft y son accedidas a través de Internet. Different kind of applications can be built on Windows Azure: · An independent software ...

Juan Mestas J. (aka gotchas),

Cloud services platforms are still in their infancy considering the size of the market, but big players like Microsoft, IBM, Amazon, and Google have made significant investments for the future in offering ...

Juan Mestas J. (aka gotchas),

Understanding Cloud Architecture Fundamentally, cloud architectures are based on creation of large data centers with a management fabric defining clear abstraction between server hardware and operations ...

Juan Mestas J. (aka gotchas),

Security Security is a nonnegotiable requirement for a cloud service offering to be successful. Access control and security for business data is of utmost importance. Business data stored in the cloud ...