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It can be downloaded here: Microsoft Patterns & Practices Enterprise Library 1.0
While in my 'getting back into coding' frame of mind I've been surfing around looking at various sources of information - I've come to realise something that I missed before - there's a lot less 'high quality' information avaialble...
Dissecting a C# Application: Inside SharpDevelop: Dissecting a C# Application: Inside SharpDevelop is free at Apress [Via Eric Gunnerson ]
Probably somebody else has already posted about it, but I'll write about it here anyway, so the word spreads faster. To subscribe to MSN Spaces RSS feeds, just enter the the HTML URL, plus "/feed.rss". As an example, suppose you want to...
Just read Keeping Secrets Secret: Steganography with .NET , an interesting article from DevX
I have a VB6 program, which uses Microsoft XML 4 and which was raising a GPF error every time I run it. Changed the program to use Microsoft XML 3 and it stopped raising the error. Lesson learnt: New versions = bugs = errors;
JY found the most original resume I've ever seen. I immediately forwarded it around the company. If he ends up getting hired, I'll let you know. But it sure did get attention! Hint: try something original and do it on your blog. [ Via Robert Scoble...
I vote for it and you? Mitch Denny proposes a very cool idea for popping up in-place GUI when you need to edit a formatted string or other parameter in source code . He has posted his idea up on the Ladybug site ; I’ve voted for it, and you should...
Localization in Whidbey is an interesting post by Raghavendra Prabhu
Haven't blogged for some time due to project(s) delivery timetable, but wouldn't forgive me for not mentioning the interesting article I've just read at Learn to Use the New XML Encryption Class in .NET 2.0
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