hmmmm…… is this it? http://jkontherun.blogs.com/jkontherun/2006/02/origami_video.html If so, very cool. There are sooooooo many uses for a small tablet device.
This is not an endorsement, but I know some folks that do like the product.. anyways… “Axosoft is offering their OnTime project management / bug tracking software for $5. You actually get 5 user licenses for that price. The whole $5 goes to the Red Cross.” http://www.axosoft.com/Products/ontime.aspx?cn=otm_stepromo [From Devcow]
http://www.origamiproject.com What is it? What is? I don’t know, but I get the feeling I want to! [From Scoble]
Frank has annoucned that there is going to be a Code Camp in Richmond, Va on April 22nd. Information is available here: http://www.richmondcodecamp.org Is going to be held at: Location: ECPI Technical College 800 Moorefield Park Drive Richmond, VA 23236 If anybody else from these parts is interested in attending please let me know. Tags: […]
This weekend I did some work on an ASP.Net 2.0 project that I’ve been meaning to devote some time to because it keeps dropping off the list of important things to do. Anyways, as part of it I needed an easy way to allow for user membership with customer profile selections. With the Membership and […]
For all of those that know Greg from the Triangle .Net User Group, he has starting a blog over at LimeInTheCoconut (http://www.limeinthecoconut.com/blog) with an initial post on using SQL Profiler.
Thanks for the suggestions includiong Ioan’s suggestion of just inheriting from the form class with my own class. I ended up going a little further and creating a custom item template for a windows form using the Export Template Wizard. This was good anyways because it allowed me to set some default items of my own. […]
I’ve been playing around recently on my tablet with the January WinFX/WPF CTP’s and having a great time. Today however I noticed somethign strange. I went to add a new form to an existing windows forms application and I couldn’t. A regular windows form not longer seems to be an option. I did some digging and the […]
On Wednesday February 8, 2006 Kate Gregory will be presenting an Advanced Click Once topic at the monthly Triangle .Net User Group meeting as an INETA guest speaker, that will take us much deeper than the previous VS2005/Click Once demos that have been shown. I’ve had the privilege of hearing Kate speak a few times in the past and […]
As much fun as it would be to see MSDN Evangelist Rory turn to a diet of cheese things, I’m concerned about the Ewok. Please do your part and visit TinyThings. (I’m starting to wonder if the name “Tiny Things” has created somewhat of a marketing issue for Rory. I mean, let’s face it, who goes […]