September 2003 - Posts
points to a book preview that tells a lot about what's coming next for ADO.NET
. The same is available for ASP.NET
Based on Mike Gunderloy's list of Regular Expression tools, I updated my list on SharpToolbox.
The SharpToolbox now contains... 292 tools! And more are in the pipe waiting to be added...
Pour nos lecteurs francophiles, un dossier spécial sur .NET dans 01 Informatique : .Net trois ans après : l'offre grossit, la demande s'amorce.
Funny post by Roy, just read it.
What's also interesting is that Google almost decodes this kind of sentence. Just try it (look at the Did you mean: line)!
Remember that post with the dizzy picture? This picture happens to be the back of a book.
Well get ready to kill your eyes again. Thanks to Google, the missing picture is back, with much more! Here are more rotational illusions.
I had to give it
a try. So now I know who I am :-)
|Strength of the preferences % |
Qualitative analysis of your type formula
INTP type description by D.Keirsey
INTP type description by J. Butt
- moderately expressed introvert
- moderately expressed intuitive personality
- moderately expressed thinking personality
- moderately expressed perceiving personality
Of course I knew I am a moderate person :-)
Please call me Mister Architect!
Why is the simple concept of rooms the size of a small team often neglected?
Why is everybody after cubicles or open spaces?
Having relatively small rooms (4 to 7 people) seems simple and efficient enouh for me. One size does not fit all. It depends on your business and the size of your team.
Jonathan Cogley says why he is not a fan of cubes. I would hate having to work in a cubicle for the reasons Jonathan highlights. An open space has almost as many disavantages as cubicles:
- Of course you have no privacy at all, so you cannot feel "at home"
- You can easily get disturbed by anyone speaking or walking or dancing or whatever the fool decides to do in the room to help you loose (lose!) your focus
- You cannot ask help from you teamates because you have to keep quiet in order not to disturb the others
- You feel less part of a team compared to a small room where only people focused on the same project or technology are with you. You just feel like being part of a big thing. That can be motivating, I recon. But being surrounded by highly motivated teamates is better, IMO
Of course walls everywhere is not good for productivity. But why choose the extremes?!
is a new addition to the ThinkTank
describing a web service that would aggregate RSS feeds.
Update: Jon Galloway points to DynAPI
Paschal L points to a good ressource:
When you write websites, you are always looking at the same problems, like having your site working with different browsers.
.Net is good for the job from a server side perspective only.
I used different libraries for my client side scripts, and recently I found the solutions offered by Cross Browser very powerful and up to date.
which is similar work.
Why don't we have a "previous stuff" link at the bottom of weblog pages which would give access to the n previous posts?
Is this against the weblogs religion?
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