Peter Hallam created a really useful parser for command line arguments, which has been recently updated.
It parses command lines like the following one for you: drinkmachine.exe /chilled /money:2 /drink:coke /drink:icedtea
It has a lot of options and can even automatically display the correct usage if needed.
I'd vote for its integration within the .NET Frawework.
Update: Stefan Demetz points out that there is a command line parser in Genghis too.
Microsoft has decided to delay the release of SQL Server 2005 from the first half of 2005 until later in the summer of that year. A Community Technical Preview will be released as an interim beta with possibly more to come before the final beta and the product’s eventual release.
SharpToolbox turns 600!
Now that Google Desktop Search is out (still beta), it's already time to improve the user experience ;-)
For a while, the Google AdSense service was a good source of revenue if you have a web site. From what I see with the SharpToolbox web site, and as others seems to say on the web, AdSense is paying less and less. Do you notice this as well?
I had met that one once, but I had forgotten it existed... Really useful! But somewhat a hidden treasure.
I just discovered that Microsoft and Avanade are cooking new versions of the Application Blocks. They are to be packaged under the new Enterprise Library name.
Some stats from the last eight months. These stats come from the SharpToolbox web site, so this is really just about techies' habits.
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