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OK OK, I know, maybe old news for you, but it's new for me ;) Joost has one of the best UIs I've ever used... great art, but the best of all: Joost it's free TV!!!! I'll be honest with you: I don't see much TV, only fútbol (aka: soccer), some movies and that's all, but this thing works great...and because I have a 2007WFP now I can code and watch some ......

...and I love it. Even if I am .NET developer, mostly an ASP.NET one, there are lots of things to do, learn and implement. Always there is a new buzzword, technology or an interesting project to follow... Looks like I need to learn something new now: SOA and interoperability. The interesting thing about interop is that I need to learn (not simply know ......

I don't know if this was a bad, good or great year regarding jobs. In this year I was in 2 different places, is strange, at least for me. First, I quit my job at Andromaco Labs. and I went to a great job: Clarius Consulting. I'm not lying if I tell you I felt all my dreams came true the first time I put a feet inside that office. You probably know who ......

I think I hit a record about how many books I read (and bought) this year, technical (computer related) and non computer related. This is some kind of mini list about the technical books and some kind of review. - Head First Design patterns: Oh boy, what a book. Superb. I've learned a lot from it, even if the samples are in Java. Excellent way to show ......

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Jun 06
I quit my now old job, and now I'm in a very exciting place. I'm not sure if I can say where I am, but trust me, this place rocks.
On thing is sure: I will be doing Mobile devices stuff.

Few months ago, I discovered the power of WF, and I told myself, "well... maybe in a future you can be an expert in this technology...". Of course, I´m not an expert in WF yet, but I'm still trying to become one. Today I visited the WF forum to see what´s new, because I didn´t visited since a week ago (this week was a very strange one...) and for the ......

Hi there. Maybe you already read K. Scott Allen's Workflow Readling List , well, this is my version. I've been reading, coding, watching, etc. all kind of stuff related to Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). It´s my favourite WinFX technology, so, if you are new to WF, this could be useful. Windows Workflow Essentials: Introducing Microsoft Windows ......

The new podcast from Scott Hanselman, Hanselminutes, talks about "Top Ten Utilities you Didn't Know you Had". Some of the utilities are related to fonts. So, maybe it would be useful to anyone some links to programming fonts resources: Proggy Fonts Monospace/Fixed Width Programmer's Fonts Keith Devens' Programming fonts I'm pretty sure there are more ......

And of course, I'll teach her the little I know.When she told me: "I want to learn programming", it was a total surprise. She studies fashion design at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA)!The first thing I thought was what language I would choose, but few seconds later I tell her : "We are going to learn Ruby. Now, let me tell you something: I don´t ......

Shane Perran posted 10 very very nice SharePoint Designer 2007 Screenshots!! I love that toolbox.

A few months ago I started to read about WF (Windows Workflow) because we need a workflow solution for our projects. First, we considered Skelta to use it with SPS but, honesty, it was out of our budget. At that time (almost a year ago), we heard about "a new workflow engine" (WinOE if I remember correctly) coming from Microsoft but nothing else, but ......

Few days ago, in my company developed a new control to replace the navigation control that appears in the left in SPS. You know, the "CategoryNavigationWebPart" control. Our control looks much better, and has a nice feature: sub-levels. If an area has a child, it´s visible in the control. If the area has a child but the user doesn´t have permission, ......

Reading Jimmy Nilsson's Weblog maybe I have found my future birthday present.

Today was the end of my humble vacations, and back to work. As I told some weeks ago, I was looking for some time to try ReGhost.NET because in our development portal, many many pages were unghosted. The installation is quite simple, just install in your Sharepoint portal and you´re done. Next, is time to run the application. First is required a SQL ......

I told myself: "You are not going to blog on your vacations". Well, i´m still on vacations, but this blog post worth a look. It describes Sharepoint (specially WSS) more focused in development than document management. And of course, with support for WWF . Great news ......

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