Archive for May, 2008

May 31 2008

Mark Brown on Microsoft’s UltraCam

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Mark Brown in is blog post CNET article on Google Capturing 3D Data talks about Microsoft’s UltraCam that I heard about for the first time at ETech in 2007. At the time they had plans for the next version but even at the time it was the coolest image collection device I had ever seen […]

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May 30 2008

Sysinternals Live

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I know I am just a lowly developer but I due use some administrative tools and I have loved for a long time and continue to use the Sysinternals set of tools. They have just opened up a new way to access there tools from there blog entry (with way too long of a title […]

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May 29 2008

PDC 2008… Bring it!

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Today registration for PDC 2008 in Los Angeles at the Convention Center opened! I can’t see how they can cancel it now ;). The new PDC site by Vertigo looks great, a bit brown for me but much better than last PDC. I do have to day the blog art that was distributed internally is […]

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May 22 2008

You have to love cash!

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I don’t know about this offer but it looks like you can get some cash by using Live Search cashback. Let me know if you try this and how it works. Technorati Tags: Live Search

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May 20 2008

Building a web app the Microsoft way…

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@shanselman pointed out an interesting blog post titled “Building a web app the Microsoft way” where the author Jeremy Baines dose a good job of giving the facts that he and his team found while developing ‘Meet with Approval’. I could not find the case study that was mentioned but that is because the case […]

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May 20 2008

Das Blog 2.1

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I just mostly successfully upgraded this blog from Das Blog 1.7 to 2.1. The big deal there is now I am running the .NET 2.0 CLR and all the 3.5 components. The only thing I am missing now is with the trust level that GoDaddy supports I can’t have the server email anymore. I can’t […]

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May 15 2008

Headed to TechEd?

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If you are going to TechEd this year you should also check out ]inbetween[ my counterpart in Florida Joe Healy AKA devfish and the local Florida community is putting on a great event the weekend between the two weeks of TechEd. I had not wanted to go to TechEd until now but my team is […]

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May 14 2008

SP1 Beta for Visual Studio 2008 & the .NET Framework

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From all that I have seen Brad Abrams as the best wrap up of what is in SP1 at hi blog post Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 “SP1” Beta. It did not hurt that I stopped looking after I found it ;). Technorati Tags: Visual Studio,.NET

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May 10 2008

Updated User Groups in Southern California

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This is an update to my last years list of SoCal user groups, like last year I wanted to have a resource that people can go to get an idea of what Microsoft Developer focused user groups are in Southern California so I have updated the list with the best information I can find. Again […]

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May 10 2008

@shanselman Introduces RockScroll

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OK I know everyone in the .NET community reads Scott Hanselman’s but just incase you missed this you need to checkout this cool new tool RockScroll in him post titled Introducing RockScroll. It is a way cool to visualize where you are in your code page! Technorati Tags: Visual Studio,.NET,tool Scott Hanselman

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