My team is looking for a C#, ASP.NET developer to help on a new product.
Happy Halloween geeks. Time to turn your desktop to the dark side. Windows Media Player 11 has finally released with it's shiny black interface. But don't let the rest of your desktop feel left out. Also creeping out of Redmond today is a black version of the Windows Media Center Royale theme - Royale Noir.
Now, how did EA Sports screw up my kid and dampen with World Series for me?
Hundreds of API's are already listed here. I like that you can see the services by number of reported mashups.
The Thirteen Scariest Things in IT
When most developers develop database code (including tables, views, stored procs and functions, they tend to develop in a development environment and then migrate those changes later to other servers (staging, production, whatever). While some of us are good about keeping track of those changes, the majority of us are not.
I have created a search macro for Microsoft's Live.com search engine that will search all the blogs on GWB.
Great little app that let's you rearrange your task bar by just dragging and dropping.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer chats with BusinessWeek editors about Web 2.0's sky-high valuations and the new competition the company faces
From Popular Mechanics, Circa 1950, predictions for 2000.
Devx is starting a new series of articles on agile methods.
Please take this comment as light hearting and if these type of posts make you happy, please do so.
Find out how many people in the U.S. share your name at HowManyOfMe.com.
Yup, we interviewed that guy. But John Hodgman isn't just a metaphorical stand-in for the PC (even though that's what we mainly asked him about), he's also an editor at the New York Times Magazine and a contributor to the Daily Show. Read on to find out whether he's really a PC user, Microsoft's attempts to recruit him, and how he got the gig in the first place.
Well it looks like Amanda is in my back yard today. She is visiting the City Museum which is a great place to take kids in St. Louis. And it's not really a musuem. If you're ever in the St. Louis area you should check it out.
Rather than just disabling the submit button, I "freeze" the screen and show a message explaining that their data is being processed.
I wanted the usual list of icons at the bottom of every web page and thought that a user control was the easiest way to go.
They are now planning on releasing public previews at the end of every 2 week iteration.