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I need TP!

Found this today, and just had to share.

Enjoy!

Posted On Wednesday, October 31, 2007 8:25 AM

Feed Burner!!

For the two of you who are subscribed to my RSS feeds, I have now put it at Feed Burner. Please update your feed to http://feeds.feedburner.com/drusellers and all wh00tiness will continue. :)

 

-d

Posted On Thursday, October 25, 2007 2:33 PM

Netflix

Netflix. WTF. I can't watch my videos in Firefox? Lame.

Posted On Sunday, October 21, 2007 4:44 PM

Workflows
I have a question readers. How do you like to implement workflows? I am working on a project that has a workflow that I know is going to change and I am trying to figure out how I can best model this in code but still keep it supple. My workflow is something like this: Capture messageDecide who gets an alertSend alert--time passes--User logs in and performs work based on alertUser marks work completeSystem send alert to message originatorBill message originator++workflow completed++ So first off, ......

Posted On Sunday, October 21, 2007 2:55 PM

WTF
<TestMethod()> _Public Sub MakeItMyBirthdayToday() DateAndTime.Today = #2/26/1979# 'Whoot: Its my birthday!End Sub Why oh why is this in VB.Net ......

Posted On Thursday, October 18, 2007 9:58 AM

TFS 2008
Can anyone tell me how less TFS 2008 sucks? I am getting pretty worn out with having to fight TFS 2005 as my team tries to develop a quality build with it. At this point I am ready to start the fight to get SVN or Git setup rather than deal with a source control tool that still doesn't seem to have the ability to rollback code. I also can't stand the never leave the IDE model that TFS has adopted. It makes keeping track of things outside of VS much more difficult. I really hope TFS 2008 doesn't suck, ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 9, 2007 9:18 AM

Post Conf
So what am I going to do post conf? Well as of now I am going to check out Linux Mint, Git (thanks Chris), as well as StoryTeller (thanks Jeremy), NBehave (thanks Joe) and a lot of other things that I just can't recall right now. I am also going to be an agent of change in my community, so if you live in the Topeka, Lawrence, KC area and you want to talk about pragmatic development just give me a holler!!!!! -d ......

Posted On Monday, October 8, 2007 9:52 AM

ALT.Net: ON my way back home
Wow. That was an amazing conference. My mind is still processing alot of what happened this weekend but I know that the passion for development has been flamed inside of me. Coworkers, hehe, the next few days are going to fun as I try to bring the excitement of the confernce back with me while not overloading you at the same time There are plans in the works for another conf so watch the site. To all the attendees, THANK YOU! To the organizers: THANK YOU! To my readers: THANK YOU! Additionally: Check ......

Posted On Sunday, October 7, 2007 10:25 PM

ALT.Net Day 2
Beyond the whole "Day two was Awesome" type shit. The things that are still with me as I drift between sleep and writing are these: The open spaces format is extremely cool. You have to have a passionate group of people and if you have that it seems that you can't go wrong. I truely hope that more conferences are run this way. I am only going to touch on this briefly, but I have found it amazing how we all interperate what all this ALT.Net stuff really means. The simplest transalation is 'Options.Net' ......

Posted On Saturday, October 6, 2007 11:52 PM

Day One of Alt.Net
So I just got back to the room after an evening spent with a lot of really interesting people here in Austin. I have been blown away not only by the content of the discussions but by the shear number of people all committed to persuing better ways of developing. Breifly, one thing that caught me off guard was the amount of people from Microsoft. Guthrie, Hanselman, Dierking and I am sure there were others but it made me feel that MSFT is actually listening. Also, I really appriciated Hanselman's ......

Posted On Saturday, October 6, 2007 1:33 AM

About Me
So my name is Dru Sellers I am the age you are if you were born in 1979. I am living in Lawrence, KS and it love it.I have been a developer for 6-7 years depending on when you think I transitioned from HTML to ASP. As a developer I am supremely interested in OSS and better programming practices. To this end I am always up for learning something from someone and it is one of the things I am loving about my new position at the FHLB of Topeka. I read, constantly. Since I have graduated college I have ......

Posted On Thursday, October 4, 2007 1:37 AM

Austin, TX

So, my plane gets in at 9am on Friday for the ALT.Net conf in Austin, TX. If anyone else getting there early and wants to connect before the conf drop me an email at dru [@] drusellers {dot} com.

-d

Posted On Wednesday, October 3, 2007 10:19 PM

WCF Impersonation

Anyone know how to get a WCF Host in IIS to behave as a specific user?

I want my WCF Service to use a specific user for database access and i don't want to spec a username/password in my connection string.

-d

Posted On Tuesday, October 2, 2007 2:19 PM

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