Perspective on development, management and technology
Quote of the Week
"All too often, customers and managers don't know what they want until they don't get it."
CodeDomProvider - Targeting .Net 3.5
If your using a CodeDomProvider to compile code yourself programmatically in VS 2008, what version of the Framework is targeted?
Adventures in .NET 3.5 Part 4
This is the 4th part in a series. See Part1, Part 2 and Part3.
Adventures in .NET 3.5 Part 3
Adventures in .NET 3.5 Part 2 - Ruby Blocks
In my previous post, I talked about .NET 3.5 Extension Methods and ended by mentioning Ruby Blocks - because they are much admired. As one example in Ruby, one might output the sum of an array of numbers as follows ...
Adventures in .NET 3.5 Part 1
A "Print" To the Console
Supporting Free/Open Source Software
My previous post about ScrewTurn Wiki reminded me to send them a donation via PayPal. After years of just using "free" stuff, I now advocate that we all support the "free" products we personally use.
From OpenWiki to ScrewTurn Wiki
Since 2002 I have used OpenWiki as a means of collecting, sharing and communicating information with development team members and stakeholders. It was fast, reliable and had some surprising features. I never really found an alternative that "felt right" to me.
Number of Types/Methods in IronPython
Thomas and Oren recently showed a couple of scripts in PowerShell and Boo respectively that count the number of types and methods in mscorlib.
Forrester and Gartner - BPM Tools Research Online
The Proforma site, currently has the Forrester Wave and Gartner Magic Quadrant documents for BPM tools available online. IDS Scheer via ARIS maintains its lead, but is being challenged by Proforma and MEGA.