July 2003 - Posts
Its old news now, but I thought I might add it anyways.
Thanks to those who voted for me.
"This article will show how to establish a connection with the Palm synchronization process in order to upload the Palm Blog application data to various upload destinations."
Its using a fully managed C# conduit with help from my database importing library and a XML-RPC Library from JD Solutions.
Part 1 covered creating the actual Palm Blog application
Part 3 will cover creating the installer for the conduit on the client machine.
07/16/2003 01:09 am
Day one. Well sort of. We arrived on campus at 8pm, just in time to meet up with everyone else in Redmond this week at head out downtown Seattle for a few.
Rachelle R hooked us up with the place to go, the Bourbon Room. Scott W snapped a few pictures that blinded everyone -no one seem to mind; Dave P got a pretty flower from an unknown admirer; Jagermeister (sp?) shots for a few of us; everyone was shocked that Ken S isnt 40 and grey; Stephen S's Birthday on top of it all.
Good times considering most of us have never met a week ago.
07/17/2003 01:45 am
We had a full day packed with lots of new and exciting info. I think the highlight for most was Anders H discussing whats coming up in C# and the CLR. Lots of questions and feedback.
After the day we headed out to the Space Needle for a kick ass view of Seattle and area; and for good dinner of course.
After dinner we went broke out into a few groups. Some headed back to the hotel to have a few beers (Plip was carrying a few cases at least); and the rest headed out to a pool hall, Sharks club.
The pool hall was found easily with the onboard GPS/Mapping system in the car I jumped into. Highlights of the night consisted of Scott C kicking some serious ass in pool; Rob H and Stephen S trying to bet a some guy at ping pong, I heard that this guy was at 32 wins in a row, needless to say they both lost; Andrew D and Mitch D were running the other pool table but no one could figure out why :). After some decided to play Counter Strike but I decided to just crash.
Like many other bloggers around here im heading down to campus for some new and exciting info from the asp.net team. I will be blogging from my PDA!
"Tarari’s XML Content Processing technology is designed to accelerate critical functions in the XML processing model. Specifically it handles the parsing and cryptography acceleration, this combination removes processing bottlenecks and thereby increases the overall processing performance, ensuring security and throughput, while making precious compute resources available for other purposes."
OPERATING SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE SUPPORT : Microsoft* .NET* Server in future
Im hoping one day the GotDotNet blog's will all be available via one RSS feed.
Im also waiting for MP2K to publish via RSS. I have been assured that this is coming.
Back to work I go...