May 2003 - Posts
The folks at Microsoft Research always have really interesting stuff. Take for instance:
MSBNx, which is a "component-based Windows application for creating, assessing, and evaluating Bayesian Networks."
This looks very interesting. Not only does it let you create your model, it will perform tests on it and show probability ratios/etc.
The CodeProject May Competiton
is to make a VS.NET addin. Obviously, if Jamie
entered, he would win first place. :) However, I was thinking I might take a stab at it. I've got a few ideas for what might make a cool addin, but I was wondering what you guys would want to see. What would be the (coolest|most useful|most interesting) thing for you that VS.NET doesn't already do?
But now it's (almost) the weekend. :)
I had a couple tests this week, and that's one of the reasons why I've disappeared off the face of the blogosphere. The other having to do with the fact that you should never make your parents upset when they control your internet connection. :\
Anyway...I'm back...and I like the new features. More to come...but I'm going to lunch right now... Pat & Oscars! Breadsticks! Yum! :)