Monthly Archives: June 2007

Cyber terrorism / Cyber crime

Most of you have been victim of a computer virus or malware at some point and probably have just chalked it up to chance. Here is hard evidence that malicious hackers are greatly increasing their arsenal and the intelligence of … Continue reading

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Great video on BizTalk.Net

Channel9 has a great video on BizTalk.Net by John Shewchuk and Dennis Pilarinos (Creators).   BizTalk.Net is an ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) in the cloud.  John and Dennis do a great job of giving an overview of BizTalk.Net as well as … Continue reading

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Holy Cow! Silverlight on WinForms!

I have been trying to tell everyone I know that Silverlight will have as much impact on our lives as HTML!  And a company has allready implemented Silverlight alpha on Winforms!

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Shared Resource Files in VS

That should capture your attention.  Anybody who has dealt with resource files across projects has been easily frustrated because there is no directly visible way to share resources across projects. Well, surprise, there is.  There is a simple entry in … Continue reading

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Great Article on MH-HA Architectures

MSDN has a great article on Mass-Hosting High-Availability Architectures.  Anyone who has been even close to MH-HA environments knows the complexity (not to mention pain) that comes with living in this space.  However, for those not as familar with this … Continue reading

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More info on Silverlight

Silverlight v1.1 Alpha is available and includes the full CLR running in the browser!  Check out the Hanselminutes postcast with extra info.  Very worth putting on your Zune and listening to.  (Notice I didn’t say the "I" word). If you … Continue reading

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Project = (Met Expectations ? Success : Failure)

Sometimes the developer within us gets so excited and wrapped up in doing a project that we don’t always keep the lines of communication going.   Even worst, we see an easy project and we don’t make sure the customer is … Continue reading

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