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Matt Watson Software developer, product visionary, and master of #dadops November 2003 Entries
I noted ICSharpCode has an example for HTTPCompression. It seems to work fine, but has no support for Server.Transfer My site is hosted on a shared server so I can't install anything into IIS. Anyone out there make the ICSharpCode version work or have any ideas for HTTPCompression on a shared server?Check out Stackify! They provide a DevOps application dashboard for developers that gives them remote server access to everything they need to do application support ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 25, 2003 7:01 PM

I've long wondered why everything in the world has overloads for Streams in .NET. Now I know and appreciate it. I have to create text files dynamically and FTP them. Well, using streams I don't actually have to create a temporary file and then send it. I can write all the data to a Stream object and just send the Stream object. I have started a new company. We are taking data from car dealers and sending it to all their distribution points for them, from one application. ......

Posted On Saturday, November 22, 2003 8:30 AM

Tablet PC
Well I have been looking for a notebook for a while now because I have started a new business selling software, and I needed the ability to work anywhere, anytime. So I broke down and baught a Toshiba Portege 3500 Tablet PC. I must say it is about the coolest damn computer I've ever seen. I got it off a eBay power seller (PM Distributors) for $1350, for a refurbished model. Highly recommended! ......

Posted On Monday, November 17, 2003 4:47 PM

Today I demoed some software from a company that is worth over $20,000. I have one word for them..... OBFUSCATE Its mind blowing to me how these companies sell software for this much money and aren't smart enough to hide what their selling from the rest of the world. For those of you out there who haven't had your minds “freed” in Matrix terms, go here and download “Reflector” Invaluable resource for learning how things work, and making ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 4, 2003 3:41 PM

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