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Attending CodeMash

CodeMash is a unique event that will educate developers on current practices, methodologies, and technology trends in a variety of platforms and development languages such as Java, .Net, Ruby and PHP. According to some, this...

FreeSnap 1.5 Beta 2

Last week, I released beta 1 which introduced a new style of task switching. Beta 2 includes additional features. All configuration settings are contained in a configuration file (FreeSnap.cfg) Half screen resizing The command line...

Friday Links #25

[Ballmer: No on WebKit, yes on app store Latest Microsoft News - CNET News](http://news.cnet.com/8301-10805_3-10090118-75.html?part=rss&subj=news&tag=2547-1_3-0-5) - Despite acknowledging that WebKit’s open-source nature is “interesting,” Microsoft’s chief executive elaborated on why he says the software giant is...

Fun with Fluent Interfaces

A while back I published a helper class that made routine argument checks one liners. For example: Throw.IfNullOrEmpty(name); A friend of look at it and remarked that he liked it because it was a more...

Managing Money

I’m kicking off a series on managing your money. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while and timely given the current economic client. First things first. Am I even qualified to attempt something...

FreeSnap 1.5 Beta

Windows task switchers have always seemed more about the task switcher rather than switching tasks. For instance, the standard Alt-Tab feature in Windows XP and Vista provides thumbnail images of the applications. Personally, I can...

Window Seat Completed

Believe it not I actually do other things beside play with computers (not much more but at least it’s something). After 12 years of living in our house we did a kitchen remodel. We updated...

Friday Links #24

UrlScan 3.1: Wade Hilmo – Latest release has better protection for SQL Injection Attacks. [MOO.com We love to print](http://www.moo.com/products/) – From business cards to sticker books these guys print it all. I particular like their...

Sara Ford on Deep Fried Bytes

A friend of mine turned me on to the cool and casual programmer podcast Deep Fried Bytes recently. I like the format and their guests seem to enjoy the it as well. In episode 15,...

PDC Wrap Up

The last two days were as interesting as the first two. Seemed like the week got busier towards the end which is why I’m playing catch up now. One of the benefits of attending a...
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