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  • JaySmith @phatboyg Awesome, I wonder how many java developers look at VS12 and go wow, that looks like Eclipse, or other Java IDE ::::: MENU ::::: about 681 days ago
  • JaySmith @bmsullivan Oh yeah, I do see that little bit of green on the run in debug icon. Just seems like there was more in the beta. about 681 days ago
  • JaySmith @bmsullivan I only see color on the RSharper icon on the toolbar, and solution explorer has none at all. I am using the dark theme. about 681 days ago
  • JaySmith #VS2012 Where did the color in the icons go that was in VS11 Beta???? about 681 days ago

Jay Smith Failing my way to success! January 2008 Entries
Presenting Model View Presenter Design Patterns In Tulsa, OK Feb 25
I just finished talking with David Walker of the Tulsa .NET User Group and confirmed I will be presenting to them on February 25. I will be giving a presentation on the Model View Presenter Design Pattern. I am very excited to be able to present in Tulsa. Since the Northwest Arkansas .NET User Group formed because a member from Tulsa moved to Northwest Arkansas it feels good that we can complete the circle. If you live in the Tulsa, OK area please check out you local user group Tulsa .NET User Group. ......

Posted On Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:00 PM

MSDN Express Event Feb 27, 2008 Rogers, AR
I am proud to announce that the date has been set for the next MSDN Express event in Northwest Arkansas. The MSDN Express events are designed to deliver high quality MSDN like topics and training to a smaller venue and as always free. I would like to personally than Zain Naboulsi (Microsoft Evangelist), Randy Walker (INETA Membership Mentor), and Rob Farinholt (New Horizons) for their hard work and help organizing these events. I am currently working with Zain to get the sessions. So, mark you calendars ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 7:32 PM

MSDN Express Event Feb 27, 2008 Rogers, AR
I am proud to announce that the date has been set for the next MSDN Express event in Northwest Arkansas. The MSDN Express events are designed to deliver high quality MSDN like topics and training to a smaller venue and as always free. I would like to personally than Zain Naboulsi (Microsoft Evangelist), Randy Walker (INETA Membership Mentor), and Rob Farinholt (New Horizons) for their hard work and help organizing these events. I am currently working with Zain to get the sessions. So, mark you calendars ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 7:31 PM

GeeksWithBlogs Jeff Julian interview
Jeff Julian from GeeksWithBlogs interviewed myself and Zach Young about our efforts in the We Are Microsoft - Charity Challenge Weekend. Our project was to help the Texas Discovery Garden build a brand new web site to teach people effective ways to restore, conserve and preserve nature in the urban environment through the use of native and adapted plants that illustrate the interrelationship of Butterflies, Bugs and Botany. Texas Discovery Gardens had a web site in the past that was approximately ......

Posted On Monday, January 21, 2008 7:27 PM

Try Visual Studio 2008 on a Pre-Installed Virtual PC
If you haven't made the jump to Visual Studio 2008 cause you don't have the bits, give a virtual PC a test drive. Microsoft is offering pre built virtual PC with several Visual Studio configurations. These are a perfect way to get a look at Visual Studio 2008 and not have to install it on your local machine. This can also be great for creating presentations. Check out the full listing of Virtual PC Microsoft has made available pre installed with Visual Studio 2008 here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/... ......

Posted On Sunday, January 6, 2008 1:08 AM

DotNetKicks Quick Kick JavaScript
I have been using DotNetKicks.com and found this bit of JavaScript to make it easier, this can be added to your link bar to kick the current page you are on. javascript:location.href='h... You can click and drag this link KickIt! or add it to your favorites. Technorati Tags: JavaScript,DotNetKicks ......

Posted On Friday, January 4, 2008 1:23 AM

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