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Jannik Anker .NET developer blog November 2004 Entries
Gates 'world's most-spammed man'
Four million mails a day? That must take a hefty mail server - and apparantly takes a small department of people to filter!

Gates 'world's most-spammed man'

Posted On Tuesday, November 23, 2004 11:02 PM

Programmer incompetence...
... spelled out in big, fat letters!

tblCode - The Daily WTF: "My jaw just dropped. This is beyond WTF." - Brian

Well, I suppose if the programmer had a very, very, veeeery good reason, it's... Nah, this will never be good practice, good performance, good anything!

Posted On Tuesday, November 23, 2004 9:28 PM

MCMS Web Author Enhancement (and it's free, too!)
IT Hit offers a definite improvement on the default Web Author Console in MCMS 2002 - for free! Also improves GREATLY on "Insert Hyperlink", "Copy Page" and "Move Page" dialogs.

Installs easily (but be aware of whether you are running SP1 or SP1a and install accordingly - I wasn't paying attention and encountered a weird JS error due to installing the wrong version).

MCMS, Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Web Author

Posted On Monday, November 15, 2004 12:59 AM

Now that's an original resumé!
Some french guy decided to stand out when presenting himself and his skills on the web. I think this is a great way to do it.

@L Flash CV en

(Now I wish I knew Flash ;-)

Posted On Monday, November 15, 2004 12:50 AM

.Text Access DbProvider
I've been looking for this quite a while... Now I'll look into it and check out some of the blog export/import tools available. Wouldn't wanna lose what I already have written, right?

Posted On Sunday, November 14, 2004 6:02 AM

A foosball ranking system
I've been thinking about creating a web-based foosball ranking system. Inspired by a system we used (and created) at my previous employer, a specific rating should be used, but the only reference I can find is this: Bonzini USA Tournament Ranking & Rating System I don't know where to start when looking at that page... So, if someone has already implemented the principles and rules listed above (preferably C# code ;-), please contact me ......

Posted On Sunday, November 14, 2004 4:47 AM

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