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Sanjay Uttam Predominantly .NET May 2009 Entries
What Tools Do You Install On a New Machine?
I recently switched gigs at work and I’ve had re-install, well, all the tools and gadgets that I tend to use. I’ve also seen a bunch of blog posts lately about tools and plug-ins and I love learning what tools are being out there that I can use…SO, I’ve put together a real short and sweet list myself. This is by no means exhaustive! Tool Description Windows Live I switched over some time ago. This is a great tool for blog posts. I also love the code snippet plug-in. CopySourceAsHtml Handy plug-in ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 10:08 AM

Pandora Time Out Annoyances? The 1991-style workaround.
I usually don’t stray off the .NET path too much but…I listen to Pandora a lot. I also happen to be a nutcase that listens to music throughout the entire night. Well, if you ever listen to Pandora you know that after an hour it times out…and that can be pretty damn annoying even if all you have to do is go find the tab within FireFox that Pandora is living in and click a button. In any case, I created a really old-skool workaround for this. There are probably 900 ways to do this (another one that ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 20, 2009 1:44 PM

Wolfram Alpha “Search Engine” Goes Live @ 5PM [PST]
One of my last big project revolved around keyword based searching using a Google Search Appliance and an open-source API code the Google Search Appliance written in .NET [link]. Ever since then I’ve been intrigued by keyword search technologies, specifically as it relates to their backend logic. That all said, Google searching simply matches for strings with a few exceptions. The guys who developed Mathmetica, though, have developed a processing engine that actually finds answers. By that, I mean ......

Posted On Friday, May 15, 2009 11:32 AM

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