In brief I figure I would list the tools I use off the top of my head for developing .net software with a sql server back end. 1: Sql Server 2008 r2, sql server 2012 and sql server 2008 r2 express edition. 2: Sql server Management studio. 3: Visual studio .net 2010 and vs 2012 rc. 4: CodeRush from devexpress. 5: Sql Compare from Red-Gate. 6: UltraEdit and UltraCompare from IDM Software. 7: FileZilla, 7Zip, Explorer (File) 8: Outlook for email, and office communicator. 9: My own tools: UdpReader where ......
I remember I had joined the Air Force and spent my first paycheck or 2 on a 286 pack bell. The decision came in 1991 when I went to the software shelves and looked at the software available. At the time there was 10 times as many packages for the Microsoft machine over the Mac. The number of packages was intriguing because there were software compilers being sold for the 286 machines as well. I wasn't rich, being enlisted, but I was paid enough to save for my joy: computers. During those years I ......
What I have learned in my project indevour for SL:
If you decide to make a singleton, don't include the singleton as a resource in your xaml directly.
Make a class that gets the singleton object, so that no matter how many class instantiations you have refereing to it in the pages that you want to create, you always get the signleton reference for binding your values.
After sneezing, how do you tell the person that says bless you that it isn't really a good idea to say that due to the evidence that prayer is usually more harmful than not praying at all.
I was in a foul mood this day. So am taking crazies out and replacing it with you people that.
So you people that say bless you, please keep that comment to yourself!