Talk of the upcoming Microsoft Professional Developers Conference is certainly filling the airwaves. Many are saying how great it’s going to be. The folks in Redmond all seem to have new exciting technology to share. Cool buzzwords including “Longhorn”, “Avalon”, “Whidbey”, and “Indigo” have become part of the regular vocabulary. However, there are now a […]
Well, at least for the day. Being the geek I am I could not resist working this afternoon from the Cafe at our local Borders Book Store. Today Intel and T-Mobile are having a special free wireless access day to promote their products. I’ve been curious for a while now about thei service so here […]
It’s official, I’ll be there! For me the past couple years has been a great adventure, turning me into a Knowledge Sponge, trying to figure this whole thing out. A lot has been learned and some pretty cool things have been done already, but I hope this will help me put it all together. Bring […]
Time flies when you’re having fun! It’s amazing how a week at the beach, a week in Canada , and a visit from relatives and a hurricane can cut into ones regular coding schedule. Well now it’s back to the grind stone. Where was I? Speaking of hurricanes, I snapped this picture of Hurricane Isabel […]
I said I wouldn’t rant, I know, I said it, but come on people! As somebody trying to learn new things along with everybody else out there I am greatful for the vast amount of articles and code samples that are freely available on the net, but please if you’re going to post things that […]
On July 16, 2003 our friends at Microsoft released Security Bulletin MS03-026 detailing a newly discovered vulnerability and releasing a path to correct it. So I ask, nearly a month later on August 12 are people so surpized when the MSBlaster virus hits? Through security bulletins and windows update services it’s pretty easy to tell […]
Today I stumbled across a great blog by Erik Porter on Strongly Typed Collections and Windows Forms DataBinding. I’ve recently been working with Strongly Typed Collections and finally discovered the piece of the puzzle that was missing for me. It’s easy to see how you can add and remove items and bind the object to […]
It’s day two of officially having a blog and changes are happening already. I have switched from the Blogx engine to Clemens Vasters‘ Das Blog instead. Slick interface with many nice features. Good work Clemens! Now I just nee to find out how ot make it not look like everybody elses!
It’s official, after much debate I have decided to start my own web log, or BLOG. I have recently been finding an extreme amount of helpful information related to .Net programming and other technologies. I hate the feeling of jumping on a band wagon, but I have really found a lot of value in a […]
Dave Zelt has been putting together a very intersting web site containing pictures, maps, and other details of hiking the in western Alberta. I really like the new Flash Panoramic image and hope to see many more!