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Yeeeeeeeehawwww! Having had no chance to investigate WinForms development in VS2005, this article is a definite eye opener: Draft a Rich UI: Ground Rules for Building Enhanced Windows Forms Support into Your .NET App -- MSDN Magazine, May 2005
There is a video clip and an article at the BBC World Home Page
, showing an ex-hacker at work. Seems way too easy altogether.
Soople is (as you should have guessed) "associated" with Google. From a single page, you can easily utilize all the Google search features. In a more user friendly way, that is.
Soople; easy search in Google.
Sounds like an interesting bit: "Kimberly Tripp talks about her famous USB Key demonstration of SQL Server 2005 partitioning and provides such detail of SQL Server 2005 that even the SQL team would say, "Hey, that's cool!" You'll have to listen to this show several times to completely grasp it."
Download details: Kimberly Tripp on SQL Server 2005
MSDN TV: Whiteboard with Anders Hejlsberg
. My fellow countryman, the Dane Anders Hejlsberg, shows off his whiteboard skills. Excellent video!
First, some RSS/blogging related stuff:Creating a RSS Feed for your MCMS Web siteASP.NET.4GuysFromRolla.com - Syndicating Your Web Site's Content with RSS and ASP.NETongoing It's Not Dangerous [To Blog]Next, some tools:MetaDataExtractor Projet For C# (Exif)Download details Microsoft USB Flash Drive Manager (Standard)MailinatorMorrison Schwartz - Freeware Developer ProductsMorrison Schwartz - Products - SharpTools and PluginsURL SnooperTinyApps.OrgRandom Password GeneratorVisual Studio stuff:MSDN ......
Press release - EIU Online Store
: "Economist Intelligence Unit ranks Denmark as best place to do business"
YES! Spread the word, my fellow Danes. We rock ;-)
Systems Management Pipeline | Workers Waste 2 Days Out Of 5, Microsoft Study Says
: "Microsoft on Tuesday said workers who responded to an online Office survey reported two days out of the workweek were a waste of time, with U.S. workers blaming procrastination as the top cause."
According to a Danish news site, Danes are the least time wasting people in the world, wasting "only" 12 hours per week...
Cauldron Stats: "Cauldron Stats is a .NET application that let you calculate not just standard web statistics, like many others service already do, but it helps you to analyse and consolidate live data and it allows you to easily create the reports you need for your business. What differs Cauldron Stats from other programs? First of all this is not a service, but a real application completelly written in c# that you can install on any asp.net website you want, no matter the size, or the traffic it ......
Blogthings - What Kind of American English Do You Speak?: Your Linguistic Profile: 55% General American English 25% Yankee 10% Dixie 10% Upper Midwestern 0% Midwestern Heh - not quite sure what to do with this "score", since my native language is Danish, not English. Good to know that 55% of America would understand me if I got to talk to them ......
As promised, here's Part II of my "to blog" pile - this time focus is on code (Part I is here): From MSDN / www.asp.net: Creating an Online RSS News Aggregator with ASP.NET. Good, basic article on RSS aggregation. Helped me grasp the whole RSS deal a while back ;-) ASP.NET Home - On the Way to Mastering ASP.NET Introducing Custom Entity Classes - provides a good insight on the proper use of entity classes and when to use (or not use) DataSets... Extending Windows Forms with a Custom Validation Component ......
Via Keith Murray / Engadget / BoingBoing: Transparent Screens - a photoset on Flickr. What a way to spend time ;-) Especially this one is impressive. Yet useless ......
Via Mark Harrison: "The MCMS 2002 SDK has undergone a major update and been republished on MSDN here. The IT Professional and end-user content, is no longer on MSDN and is now here." ......
I haven't gotten around to putting all my blog-worthy stuff up here for a while - so this is the first part of my BLOG DUMP. Part I - the curiousities: Coolest ticket selector ever - I wish this was the standard system for every (movie) theatre in Denmark. It's awesome! Forget Me Not - How to win the U.S. memory championship. By Joshua Foer - the stuff these guys memorize is amazing! Ananova - Automatic condom fitter on display - No comment, just check it out ;-) Pokia retro phone - custom made handset ......
makes me want to do Flash... But I can't, and that pisses me off. Then I look at the stuff on the site, and I feel alright again... ;-)
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