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  • Blog Post: Upgrade your command line!

    There are few programs that I don’t go without but one of them is jpsoftware ’s Take Command . It corrects just about every complaint I have with the built in CMD program in Windows. The most useful feature is that it allows me to have multiple “command prompt type” tabs… one with their own Take Command...
  • Blog Post: Product Reviews coming soon…

    I’ve been out of the mix lately with an avalanche of health issues… the latest of which is a pinched sciatic nerve. Never the less I will be putting up some reviews of some of the coolest applications, tools, and visual studio add-ins and here is a partial list of what is to come: UpatePatrol Altova...
  • Blog Post: Altova’s XMLSpy 2009 Released

    This week Altova released the latest version of its flagship product, XmlSpy . I’ve previously blogged about it being the de facto tool when it comes to working with XML tools. In my opinion the coolest new feature is the auto-completion of XPath expressions. Most of the more technical features are only...
  • Blog Post: Altova Xmlspy – the de facto XML tool of choice

    When it comes time to work with XML the first company that comes to mind is Altova . The Missionkit suite is to XML what Visual Studio is to C#. At the core of this suite: the hands down (imho) best XML IDE Altova’s XMLSpy. I’ve been planning this blog entry for some time now and the reason that I kept...
  • Blog Post: Direct Access: for the productive slacker in all of us.

    This gem of a utility from Nagarsoft is one of the few tools out there that can be used by any type of worker... I'm coder and we have several command line driven scripts for automation and build and Direct Access has been nothing short of wonderful. At its surface it is similar to other macro -ish programs...
  • Blog Post: My new favorite component company!

    Sky Software just keeps creating all of the shell enhancements that you could want.. all at a reasonable price and taking the complexities out of Shell programming from .NET. Their latest component suite, which just entered Beta, and is expected to release in mid-March is called EZNamespaceExtensions...
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