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Let's face it, it needed a rename. Mitch.Web just lacks everything in terms of marketing, so I've re-branded my (currently error logging :P) framework to "The Evil Little Developer's Toolbox" in game with my EvilDev theme. I've also made advancements (not guaranteed to work yet) on my error logging framework, mostly in terms of a new Services Project, ......

Well, my logging framework is pretty solid I think, still needs further practical testing, but so far working alright. Today, a co-worker proposed a challenge to me, in the form of a general comment. He mentioned how our current error logging framework at work functioned (we use ELMAH). Which got me thinking. ELMAH works, by implementing an HttpModule, ......

I recently decieded to start merging some of my code that I use in a lot of my little projects into a centralized framework, and provide a consistant API for them. (As well as give me a reason to experiment with Visual Studio 2010 ^^). So today, I released a pre-alpha version of the "Mitch.Web" framework, currently only semi-complete API is the ILogger ......

Well, today I had the honor of attending the first annual SDEC09 Conference hosted by Protegra. This event was similar to the Winnipeg Code Camp, where they had three trains of presentations going on all day. Well, it was a wonderful conference, well worth the $100 Early bird price, as I had a chance to sit in on some amazing presentations. Let's take ......

I haven't had much to post about for a while, but yesterday I decieded I was going to take Keramic Koala, the next release of Ubuntu Linux for a spin. I have an old machine sitting around, and I wanted to turn it into a subversion server. Read more

Today, I was assigned a task at work, which involved taking a CSV format flat file and submit it to a third-party web service. Well the webservice that the data needed to be posted to, is not a .NET based webservice, so the hook-ups needed to be done manually. The webservice is setup to accept an ISO Standard XML format called ADF, it's an eLead based ......

Well, this isn't going to be a long post, but I recently had an experience at work that enlightened me to just how good the Support @ Microsoft really is. A Little Bit of Background Well, a little bit of history on this topic. At work, it's kind of a tradition, as it probably is at many organizations, that when someone leaves their screen unlocked that ......

Well, today I spent most of the day, trying to find an alternative way to render an SSRS Report to the page, other than the report viewer control. Based on a comment on my last post on this, I decieded to dig into the ServerReport.Render function. Well, this sounded/looked promising, and I was quickly able to write a neat little wrapper object, exposing ......

Well, for a long time I have been a big fan of open source software, and although I'm not specifically a .NET developer, it's my main focus, as everything I do work related is .NET. I've known about The Mono Project for a while, and I typically run Ubuntu as my OS of choice, with XP running in a VM for when I really need it. Well, I haven't booted up ......

Lately I've been noticing a trend in technology that is starting to scare me. I think we've advanced beyond the information age, and are upon a new era of communication and social networking. Gone are the days of actually phoning people, instead we have advanced so far as to invent telephones that instead of calling your friends, you can take full advantage ......

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