December 2007 - Posts

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Happy New Year to Everyone! by Bil Simser

It's a party, last post of the year, let's see how we start off 2008. Have a safe and happy evening!
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Lost in a sea of consciousness by Bil Simser

The ALT.NET mailing list is pretty overwhelming. A week or so ago David Laribee proposed splitting it into various groups but that thread seems to have gone by the wayside. The list is the proverbial firehose of babble around ALT.NET (and everything else...
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File and File Container Wrapper Library on CodePlex by Bil Simser

Sometime ago we were talking about file wrappers and testing these things on the ALT.NET mailing list . It's a rather boring task to test say a file system without actually writing files (which you might not want to do). Wouldn't it be nice to have a...
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Big Visible Cruise WPF Enhancement by Bil Simser

Having some fun with Ben Carey 's Big Visible Cruise app. BVC is a WPF app that looks at CruiseControl (.NET, Ruby, and Java versions) and displays a radiator dashboard of the status of projects. As each project is building, the indicator will turn yellow...
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TreeSurgeon Updates - 2005/2008 support by Bil Simser

Just a quick update to TreeSurgeon as we've been working on some plans on updating the tool to have a more flexible framework for adding new tools and updating the output for newer versions of the .NET framework. Donn Felker added VS2005 support so that...
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Game Studio 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, VisualSVN, and me by Bil Simser

If you're like me and dabble in everything, then you might have Visual Studio 2005 installed along with VisualSVN (a plug-in to integrate Subversion source control access with Visual Studio). The latest version of XNA Game Studio (2.0) now allows you...
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Another Kick at the Can by Bil Simser

Look like a new development community is forming, this time around XNA and Game Development. GameDevKicks.com uses the DotNetKicks code and has launched a new site for game development content. There's only 5 articles submitted, but looks like it's off...
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Soaking up the ASP.NET MVC Framework by Bil Simser

The ASP.NET MVC framework is out and I'm sure people will be messing around with it. I'm still not sure how much AJAX is possible right now with this so we should see some samples hopefully (I'm trying to build one right now but not getting very far)...
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ASP.NET MVC now available by Bil Simser

You've read about it on the Internet, you've seen us talking about it, and if you were at DevTeach last week you soaked up Justice's inhuman presentation (and Jeffrey's more than human one) on the tool you'll know what the buzz this week is. Now you can...
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Terrarium Anyone? by Bil Simser

Anyone out there got a copy of the Terrarium client and server they can flip me? I'm working on something new and need to find a copy of it. It seems to all but vanished from any Microsoft site I can find. For example, the download page is here on the...
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