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  • UMLGuy @LeeHate are you still selling art? I would like to license Vodun Bokor for book/ebook cover. It's incredible! You're very talented. about 858 days ago
  • UMLGuy @kzoomoo Indeed. You know 2 of my influences. Characters have multiple influences, but Father and Daughter partly inspired by your family. about 1244 days ago
  • UMLGuy @SteveAndrews That is awesome news, man! You worked hard for that. about 1245 days ago
  • UMLGuy The Night We Flushed the Old Town in Digital SF V2. Kindle: http://t.co/8cVA6zw It's about ecological disaster. And beer. about 1260 days ago
  • UMLGuy @kzoomoo Sounds like a very happy birthday! Your kids are great, as always. about 1395 days ago
  • UMLGuy @julielerman You're in Bangalore and Bali... and you need cheap tickets to feel lucky? I would call that great fortune in itself. about 1395 days ago
  • UMLGuy So weird watching Dr. Gregory House M.D. play Bertie Wooster. Same facial expressions convey completely different meanings. about 1395 days ago

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Lessons in porting
At a client's request, I've been porting my Tablet PC labs to VB.NET. In the process, I've learned some lessons that might be helpful to others who have to make this sort of a port. This is strictly programmer geek stuff, so I'm hiding it. The rest of you may prefer to look at the cute baby llama. I'm ready for programmer geek stuff... Note: In no way is this intended as a slam against VB.NET. Anything I can do with C#, I can do with VB.NET, and vice versa. It's simply a pair of lessons to keep in ......

Posted On Saturday, November 15, 2008 4:13 PM

Richard Hale Shaw says, "Put up or shut up!"
Well, maybe that's not exactly how he put it; but he referenced a post where I wrote: Richard Hale Shaw makes an interesting argument against the C# using statement (not the using directive; and thank you, C# team, for that bit of confusing language). I disagree with him; but it will take time and sleep before I can fully explain why. The short preview: he says you can't force people to use your class correctly; I say I can, and I'll show you how, soon.And he writes: Always wondered what you had ......

Posted On Saturday, November 15, 2008 4:00 PM

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