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My first attempt to blog on Surface RT
One question I had after buying Surface RT was: what about offline blogging? There’s no Live Writer and I have no information about the future of Live Writer. Suddenly I got an idea – but why not to try out Word – the most awful blogging tool I have ever...
Surface RT–first impressions
Couple months ago I bought Surface RT because I needed some lightweight business supporting thing to take with me sometimes. Carrying ~3kg development laptop is not always fun, specially when you have long days and you need to move from one place to another...
Posted: Jun 19 2013, 11:44 AM by DigiMortal | with no comments
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Sessions I plan to visit at TechDays 2013 Belgium
As I’m going to TechDays 2013 Belgium I made my first plans about sessions I want to visit. It’s always good idea to make some home work before event because it is the only way how to make good decisions. Here is the list of sessions I plan to visit....
How to make NLog create separate log per service thread
NLog on is popular logging component for .NET applications. I am using it in one project where I built multi-threaded server that is running similar threads with different configuration. As those thread are independent services I needed way how to configure...
Posted: Jan 30 2013, 07:51 AM by DigiMortal | with no comments
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List of Microsoft training kits (2012)
Some years ago I published list of Microsoft training kits for developers . Now it’s time to make a little refresh and list current training kits available. Feel free to refer additional training kits in comments. Sharepoint 2010 Developer Training Kit...
Hosting WCF service in Windows Service
When building Windows services we often need a way to communicate with them. The natural way to communicate to service is to send signals to it. But this is very limited communication. Usually we need more powerful communication mechanisms with services...
Windows 8 Metro development–are they serious?
When Windows 8 Consumer Preview came out I downloaded it same day and installed on virtual machine. Of course, I also installed new Visual Studio 11 beta on it. Then I started playing with metro applications and I am very confused and a little bit disappointed...
Posted: Mar 11 2012, 10:27 PM by DigiMortal | with 14 comment(s)
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Using Orca to manage MSI packages
There are many programs that come with MSI installer and not every installer is free of bugs or small problems. If you are building your own installer using Visual Studio you may want to change it before publishing it to users. Here is little overview...
Some e-books and .NET 4.0 beta exams
Lately I have found some pretty interesting e-books about different technologies and one announcement about .NET Framework 4.0 beta exams. In this posting I will introduce you books I found and first beta exams. e-Books C# to IL by Vijay Mukhy is good...
Using Windows Azure BLOB storage with PHP
My last posting described how to read and write files located in Windows Azure cloud storage . In this posting I will show you how to do almost same thing using PHP . We will use Windows Azure SDK for PHP . The purpose of this example is to show you how...
Posted: Dec 05 2009, 03:20 PM by DigiMortal | with 10 comment(s)
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