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A Great Metaphor
I was doing what I typically do in my very small amount of down time I was reading my blog feeds from some of my favorite bloggers. One blog that I read religiously is Brian Button. I've had the pleasure to take part (a small one) in a C# design patterns group in NYC where on occasion Brian chimes in with some great advise and knowledge. I particularly liked this article about 'Eating Toast' and thought it was a great post. Read here. ......

Posted On Thursday, August 31, 2006 3:55 PM

PWOPPLOPPER released

So here's the application I built to download the torrents for my favorite podcasts.  Get it here.

Posted On Monday, August 21, 2006 7:56 PM

Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 3.0

What would you like to see?  Seems the team is ramping up again to tackle the next version of the Ent Lib libraries.  Great stuff.  I love enterprise libraryand use it in almost every project I do.  Keep it up.

 

-B

Posted On Wednesday, June 21, 2006 12:14 PM

.NET 3.0 Announced

Here's a post from Somasegar about WinFX being renamed to .NET Framework 3.0.  Seems to make sense to keep the same naming going forward, since WCF and WWF are getting confusing enough, I liked Avalon, Longhorn, and Indigo myself.

-B

Posted On Saturday, June 10, 2006 7:45 AM

.NET 2.0 Assembly Version Redirection
Have you ever wanted to upgrade a version of an assembly and not have to recomplie code? One way to accomplish this is using assembly binding in your configuration file. First make sure that both the old assembly and the new one use the same strong key file and are both in the GAC. Then add the following to your application configuration file: <configuration> <runtime> <assemblyBinding xmlns="urn:schemas-microsof... > <dependentAssembly> <assemblyIdentity name="DevelopMentor.Mandelb... ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 23, 2006 2:15 PM

Avanade Integration Pack for Microsoft Enterprise Library & more...
If you are like me (and who isn't?) then you want everything in one place. You don't want to have to use 30 different tools that generally performs the same set of functions (MS is notorious for doing this). So when I heard about getting the Enterprise Library console tool integrated with VS2005 I was excited. Here it is to download. I've only been playing around with it for a week or so and I like it alot. I also wanted to let you know that my buddy Hisham Baz recently finished his update for the ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 26, 2006 6:18 PM

How to create a simple code snippet for VS2005.
At its simpliest form a code snippet is nothing more than an xml file. Here's a sample of the schema: <CodeSnippets xmlns="http://schemas.micro... <CodeSnippet Format="1.0.0"> <Header> <Title> My Snippet </Title> </Header> <Snippet> <References> <Reference> <Assembly>System.Wind... </Reference> </References> <Code Language="VB"> <![CDATA[MessageBox.Show... ......

Posted On Sunday, January 29, 2006 7:26 PM

SQL Server 2005 Samples
If you're like me and LOVE samples and SDKs, MS just released this. It contains about 100 samples to exploit the new features of SQL 2005. These samples cover everything from Analysis Services to Integration Services. I think if you've been reading about all that SQL 2005 can do, but haven't been in the drivers seat yet download these and buckle up. Enjoy. -B ......

Posted On Friday, January 6, 2006 7:04 PM

VS 2005 Default Code Snippets
Here's a great list of the code snippets that come out of the box for VS2005. After typing in the shortcut then hit tab to let the snippet execute. #if Creates a #if directive and a #endif directive. Anywhere. #region Creates a #region directive and a #endregion directive. Anywhere. ~ Creates a destructor for the containing class. Inside a class. attribute Creates a declaration for a class that derives from Attribute. Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct. checked ......

Posted On Sunday, January 29, 2006 6:57 PM

Microsoft Expression Designer CTP Released.
A good friend on mine actually got me interested in this type of software recently so I've been keeping a pulse on it from time to time and it was announced today that the Microsoft Expression Designer January CTP was released. This is the first release build for the product team, and here's a video explaining the product a little more. This is very kewl stuff that I can watch forever and cannot wait to have on my PC. Enjoy. -B ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 24, 2006 10:31 PM

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