Friday Links #99

Sorry for the late post. I had a speaking engagement this weekend which consumed more time than I expected. Programming Expressive Code: Good Variable Names Instead Of Magic Values And Calculations - new ThoughtStream Episode...

tweetz 2.3.1

Fixed a bug where the options dialog sometimes causes a fault (a.k.a. crash). Available on the downloads page.

tweetz 2.3 – Redux

I’m reintroducing version 2.3. The last release was a bit under cooked. Apart from some minor layout tweaks, the only new feature is the ability to mark an entry. The purpose of marking an entry...

Simply Weather – Version 1.3

Simply Weather is my no-nonsense weather gadget that displays the current conditions and forecast in a straightforward, easy to read format. The location displayed at the top of the gadget is usually the name of...

Friday Links #98

Programming MSBuild Team Blog : Build Extensibility with .NET Framework 4 .: Sammy :: Quirkey.com :: Code A JavaScript Module Pattern » Yahoo! User Interface Blog Moles: Mocking the Un-Mockable Alex Davies : A better...

Tweetz 2.3 – Update Failed

OK, I missed on this release. It happens sometimes. I’ve pulled the tweetz 2.3 release due to bugs and a general dissatisfaction with the way new tweets are indicated. I’ve have numerous requests to indicate...

Tweetz Update – Version 2.3

The pace of updates for tweetz is slowing down in part to other obligations. With that aside, this release implements one of the most asked for features, indication of new tweets. New tweets are displayed...

Friday Links #97

Programming forki / FAKE / wiki / Home — bitbucket.org InfoQ: IronRuby 1.0 Released Scott Hanselman - Visual Studio 2010 Released Why You Should Add Test Driven .NET To Your Toolbox Amazon EC2: Microsoft Web...

Friday Links #96

Programming The Visual Studio Blog : MSBuild Property Functions MSDN Magazine: April 2010 Issue Applications First Look: iDisplay 10 Google Chrome Extensions for Boosting Your Productivity Process Explorer Updates, Adds More Great Features to the...

A safer way to use new in JavaScript

In JavaScript, when you make a new object, you can select an object to use as a prototype for the new object. This is “Prototypal Inheritance”, and it’s one of the key features that makes...
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