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Murray Gordon Flash a-ah! Savior of the universe... February 2006 Entries
Some great cheat sheets
http://www.ilovejackdaniels... Cheat Sheets World of Warcraft Cheat Sheet World of Warcraft may not be a web design, development or marketing topic, but that doesn't mean I don't need a cheat sheet for it. I've just started playing and can't remember all the slash commands and shortcut keys, so this is a simple quick reference for just that. Ruby on Rails Cheat Sheet A quick reference guide for Ruby on Rails, containing the default directory structure, predefined variables, methods, ......

Posted On Monday, February 27, 2006 11:50 AM

High Resolution Audio
High Resolution Audio When it comes to your computer monitor, the term high-resolution is easy to understand. 1,600 by 1,200 pixels on the screen have a lot finer detail than the old 640 by 480. 24-bit color has millions of shades, where primitive color PC displays had only a total of 16 colors. Audio, be it for music, music videos or movies, can benefit from high-resolution also. Digital audio has higher or lower resolution too, though the difference is a little harder to explain. We’ll go ......

Posted On Monday, February 27, 2006 5:34 AM

FBI agents crack WEP in 3 minutes
FBI agents crack WEP in 3 minutes. This is a great little snippet that I saw on Mark Wagner’s blog. Here’s the link he’s referring to: http://www.tomsnetworking.c... ......

Posted On Friday, February 24, 2006 7:51 AM

When to throw an exception...
There are two primary scenarios for throwing exceptions: - Throwing a new exception (creating and throwing it) - Re-Throwing an exception (an exception that has been caught within a try/catch block) THROWING (a new exception): Rule: Throw an exception only when the current request/process simply can not progress due to incorrect, insufficient data, or otherwise. If this code is in the UI an exception should rarely be thrown since a user can usually be notified of the error - such as an incorrect ......

Posted On Friday, February 24, 2006 7:45 AM

What is EPMAP or Endpoint Mapper? (Notes on my research)
What is UDP, and how do I use it? UDP stands for User Datagram Protocol, and it is also known as RFC678. What does RFC stand for? UDP is an alternative protocol to TCP, Transmission Control Protocol, which is used for serving webpages. It is used for a variety of things including networked games. I'm interested in understanding how to read the Endpoint Mapper found at port 135 in Window's machine. Microsoft has a tool called PortQry, which enables one to do UDP queries in a straight-forward manner. ......

Posted On Friday, February 3, 2006 9:22 AM

New IDE Features in Visual Studio 2005
New IDE Features in Visual Studio 2005 IntroductionTechnology evolves along with the need of people using the technology. Same is the case with Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2005 aims to simplify the development process thereby adding many new features to simplify the overall development experience. This article aims to discuss all major IDE related changes in Visual Studio 2005.Productivity featuresThe first time that you start Visual Studio, it asks to make a selection from a list of predefined ......

Posted On Friday, February 3, 2006 8:03 AM

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