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I know, what's new Chris! We have heard this a million times before you. And, yes, you might have heard this a million times before me. But, as I go from project to project there is one thing that remains constant for a successful project and that is good communication. When communication fails the project fails when its flows easily then projects are ......

Wow! It has been a while since I blogged here. I had a server of my own for a while but I got tired of the up keep so I quit blogging all together. Then, I was at Microsoft PDC 2008 and I saw a booth for geekswithblogs.net and it reminded me that I had an account here! I will say, I am impressed with everything they have done with geekswithblogs.net ......

So my wife and I sat down to watch "Strangers" last night. We tried to watch it for Halloween but our youngster was so hyper from candy overload it was hard to get him to bed. My rating would be: 6.5 stars out of 10 Summary: Overall, not a bad movie to watch and was entertaining for a horror flick. Liv Tyler, I thought did a good job with her acting. ......

I have recently been involved in an interesting debate whether to have development teams utilize Server.Transfer or Response.Redirect as the method of choice for transferring the user from 1 place in the application to another. One side debates Response.Redirect is not a scalable solution because of the performance hit it causes because it has to ask ......

I have been developing web applications for almost a decade now. In latter half of my career I discovered a very interesting topic called “usability” or “human factors engineering”. This has been a fascinating topic but very half and half between logical and subjective as well. Today the subject came up again whether or not to ......

Sounds like the Microsoft Patterns and Practices group are close to getting the Enterprise Library ready for Whibey!

http://blogs.msdn.com/scottdensmore/archive/2005/08/01/446190.aspx



A while back I was working on a project with Microsoft when we had a visit from someone on the Microsoft .net CLR product team. This person coded examples and when he defined his variables he used “Int32” vs. “int” and “String” vs. “string”. I had remembered seeing this style in other example code from ......

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