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  • Blog Post: New Years resolutions v2.0.0.9

    So I was tagged by my new homie Sarah Dutkiewicz AKA Coding Geekette about blogging my goals for 2009. I was on the fence at first about whether or not to share such private information with the world. But after seeing Jay Wren admit to being a “Law and Order addict”, I couldn’t embarrass myself too...
  • Blog Post: F# No Longer Vaporware

    REDMOND, WA - Sadly, after nearly four years of stringing developers along with Microsoft's longest touted non-product, F# was accidentally checked into the Visual Studio 2010 source tree Microsoft sources report. This mistake killed what would have been one of Microsoft's most popular vaporware project...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 07 is coming...

    If you are going to be in Orlando the first week of June, stop on by TechEd [ http://www.microsoft.com/events/teched2007/default.mspx ] which is the premiere chance for developers, IT professionals, and really anybody interested in technology to get together and learn about what's on the horizon. ...
  • Blog Post: Improving current approaches of testing

    A while ago I said that a professional tester should split his or her time to testing the product and thinking about how to improve upon the current approaches for testing. Now that Orcas Beta1 is out the emphasis for many testers is on running and re-running all of there automated tests to ensure that...
  • Blog Post: Web OSs part 2

    While visiting family in Texas I found this gem posted on slashdot 10 Web Operating Systems Reviewed . [*Disclaimer] My soon-to-be father in-law asked me what I thought the future of computing would look like. Quantum computers? Holographic storage? HAL 9000? Sure those things could happen, but the...
  • Blog Post: What's next? One day C# too will be old and busted.

    Soon the next release of Visual Studio will come out, and in it all sorts of new language innovations with LINQ. Just like .Net's implementation of generics in v2.0 VB.Net, C#, and the whole .Net stack get more powerful and easier to use. But what's next? I picked up a copy of Beyond Java and it has...
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