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Fujitsu T900 and Fingerprint Sensor Problems
Sunday, June 27, 2010 6:00 PM
Not so long ago, I bought a Fujitsu T900 Notebook computer from TegaTech (many thanks to the great service and help I received from Hugo Ortega who runs it). Anyway, I bought a fairly stock system with 4Gb memory and a 320Gb 5400 rpm HDD. Later I updated to 8Gb memory and a 128Gb SSD with the 320Gb HDD as my secondary drive. This of course meant a full rebuild... Read More...
Sydney Architecture User Group – WPF Architecture
Wednesday, February 24, 2010 12:22 PM
Bit short notice for a blog post but eminent WPF expert Paul Stovell will be presenting on WPF Architecture at the Sydney Architecture User Group on thursday 25th February. (Full details here ) Here is the abstract: .NET 4.0 will mark the fourth release of Windows Presentation Foundation, and the take up continues to rise as the platform matures. For architects... Read More...
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Sydney Architecture User Group – Next Meeting: Why Windows Azure is not just Generic Brand Web Hosting
Tuesday, November 10, 2009 2:46 PM
The Sydney Architecture User Group is having its second meeting this month on Thursday, 26th November. Full details can be found on our new (but very simple) website located here ( ). You can subscribe to the monthly email and also indicate your intention to come by selecting the RSVP option (which would be really nice if you did :-) ) Here... Read More...
Visual Studio 2008 - Install Problems and Solutions
Thursday, November 22, 2007 12:19 PM
Ok, maybe this has already been blogged about in various places, but I am going to list my steps that were required for me to get Visual Studio 2008 to install properly under Vista. My previous situation was: Had Installed VS2008 Release Candidate I tried the following when I went to install VS2008 RTM: Uninstalled VS2008 RC Install of RTM failed. Uninstalled... Read More...
Liquid XML - The good juice
Monday, November 19, 2007 9:54 PM
I haven't used Liquid XML in some time and had forgotten how good value this little tool is. XML editing, instance document generation, schema validation and more, XPath query tool, all for free. The schema document visualisation is really strong too. Awesome tool, and hats off to Liquid Technologies for making such an awesome tool available free to use. Thanks... Read More...
Outlook 2007 - Just fix it - My Rant
Sunday, November 4, 2007 5:30 PM
Warning: Rant to follow: Ok, I know Outlook 2007 is a complicated piece of software. I know its gone through a whole series of revisions. Could I make a better piece of software? Well I'd like to think so, but the people at Microsoft are smart people so it could be debatable. What I do know? Outlook 2007 is significantly less stable for me than Outlook 2003 ever... Read More...
Advanced Options Screen
Thursday, September 20, 2007 1:27 PM
Here is a screen shot of the only available options screen for my audio device on Vista. It just happens to be an "Advanced" options screen. Hate to see the simplified one.... Read More...
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RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007 - Part 2. Bye bye Outlook
Tuesday, September 4, 2007 11:08 PM
The other day, I posted about my issues with Outlook 2007 and its handling of my RSS feeds. I tried a number of things to fix it, the latest effort being to export all my feeds, delete all of them from Outlook, then re-import. Didn't work, dates were still all wrong. I have to say I am very disappointed. I enjoyed the convenience of having my feeds in Outook... Read More...
Readify Developer Network gets launched
Monday, August 6, 2007 7:25 PM
I have been sick and out of action lately, and one of the things that has transpired during this period is the launch of the Readify Developer Network - RDN . Greg Low does a great job of explaining it in detail in his post , but here is a quick snippet of what its all about. Its basically a series of webcast like high quality presentations delivered by readify... Read More...
ASP.NET Podcasts
Friday, July 20, 2007 2:57 PM
After going on holidays, feeling relaxed and generally not doing much tech related stuff, I have fallen behind in a number of things. One was my inbox, something like 1400+ messages I have had to wade through, and they keep coming. However, the other is the podcasts. Wally has been producing some podcasts and I have been out of the loop, and being the slacker... Read More...
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