December 2003 - Posts
Guys here we go 2003 finish slowly. It's pouring rain here in West Cork,Ireland, but few drinks will warm our souls (and our bodys) very quickly.
So I wish everybody the best for 2004, happiness and success ;-)
I just finished a first version of a new article for dScribe (CMS project).
I am supposed to be in holidays( guess what does it means if you are married ;-))) but hey difficult to stay off a computer for 15 days, too much effort ;-)
So I just started a new article about an important phase of the dScribe project, where you can create and edit the Sections of your project.
Here we provide several methods for managing your Active Directory database via ASP.Net code. We'll cover querying user information using System.DirectoryServices, changing user accounts, and group management.
This is a great idea ! An ISO file which contains some free RDBMS (available for Linux or Windows) including of course MySQL but some other more exotic.
How to make a developer's brain busy ;-)
This post is really turning heads for a lot of people. At least more than 8000 people read this one and I still received some comments on ths one. Amazing !
If you know some puzzles like this one, let me know, I am a big fan (however they will not appears on the main feed I promise)
Very cool ;-)
My dream request for the end of this year would be to be able to blog from my XDA.
Sadly it's still not possible like last year. I tried different things(PocketBlog, PocketRSS) nothing works really.
Does somebody has a solution ? Internet Explorer version Windows Mobile 2003 doesn't seems to support well the stylesheets.
So the nice blue button (Link buttons+ CSS) are not clickable at all !
Sad. Thankfully I have an access to a laptop but I love the idea of blogging from everywhere !
After MSBlogger and Non-MSBloggers, Scott can you create a link/filter to InterscapeBlog
Happy Christmas Robert and everybody ;--)
The problem with Imagemap is not only about chopping images. Now a lot of graphic tools can do so.
No the issue is also the case where your user don't have the possibility to see the images (screen readers for example) and you wnt to have the links visible and clickable.
With CSS and a touch of nice code A List Apart explain how to do so. Cool !
It seems that Messagelabs report a new version of Sober going on.
I recommend this page because it shows you an updated graph of the latest virus threats.
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