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June 2005 - Posts

OT: Get your own personal Guid. Only 2 days left ...

This is a great deal, still less than a dollar for your own unique identifier.Even if you can't get "your.name.com" you can surely get FE84CB3538274A0FA562CC85F955C392.com (sample used).

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7163650842

In addition to the low price, the zeros are free!
So not only do you get a guid, you get solid proof of the old adage "Nothing is free" and that is priceless.

 

Posted Thursday, June 23, 2005 10:13 AM by AndrewSeven | 5 comment(s)

VS 2005 Beta2 is making me feel dumb.

I don't like feeling dumb, it leads to making simple statements and then asking dumb questions.

This is not about the no-project treatment of web projects in whidbey. I liked using a project file, I have lots of excluded files :S

It is probably about changes from Beta1 to Beta2.

I could create web project / web site in each of the following without any problems or mysteries:

  • Visual Interdev 1
  • Visual Interdev 6
  • VS 2002
  • VS 2003
  • Web Developer Express
  • VS 2005 Beta 1

I have been searching and while I find lots of suggestions to use "file | new website" or to do the same from a blank solution. I would need to go home to verify, but I'm pretty sure that worked in Beta1.

What do I have to install/create/configure in order to create/open WebSites in Beta2?

 

 

The installed VS2005 info in case I have a wrong version:
Microsoft Visual C# 2005   55603-000-0000016-00926
Microsoft Visual C# 2005

Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office   55603-000-0000016-00926
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

Posted Thursday, June 9, 2005 12:01 PM by AndrewSeven | 10 comment(s)

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