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  • Marc: My Words

    Ruby and .NET (happen soon, please)

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    You can probably tell that I'm a big fan of Ruby (and Ruby On Rails) along with my love of all things Microsoft. Working variously with Ruby and C# is interesting because of the differing natures of the languages. I like C# - it all makes sense, and...
  • .NET con tropezones

    Aplicaciones browser en WPF

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    WPF también permite su funcionamiento directamente desde el browser. He subido al servidor la aplicación de ejemplo del CodeCamp en modo browser, si tienes instalado el runtime de WPF debería de funcionar directamente en este enlace .
  • David L's Blog

    Military Tactics for Software Development!

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    I caught up with Tim for lunch this week, and we got onto the topic (as is inevitable during any sustained interaction with me) of software development projects…and why they seem to go awry more often than not. I was telling him about this awesome...
  • Visio Insights

    Cutting Corners

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    One of the challenges in Visio shape design is striking a balance between custom behavior and standard behavior. The shape designer has one notion about how a shape should be used, and users often have a different notion. Ideally the shape designer allows...
  • Marc: My Words

    ws-monetize

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    Talking of ws-* stuff, another idea that springs to mind is ws-monetize (bear with me..). Again, if - in an emerging world of APIs - I'm looking to use a service for, say, access to a particular algorithm for use in an application I'm building. The...
  • Marc: My Words

    ws-reputation

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    I've mentioned 'ws-reputation' before here . Moving on from the whether or not I can use the services I desire - and use them productively at that - I'm still concerned that the service I've chosen may simply disappear, or change annoyingly. I don...
  • when setup isn't just xcopy

    Supporting the unsupported Creative Commons Add-in for Microsoft Office.

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    Imagine a blog entry where I talk about the issues we've hit in the initial release of the Creative Commons Add-in for Microsoft Office....
  • Marc: My Words

    Criteria for success of APIs

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    What's going to make a successful web API? This question came up this week in the context of 'API consistency'. There was some discussion over whether it matters to have a consistent set of APIs if you're offering services on the web. My thoughts on...
  • Marc: My Words

    World Cup + Nice Weather = Zero Productivity

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    What a busy month. I've been back-to-back with envisioning work this month, which is great fun, but it's difficult to switch off and do some personal work after home time as you need to keep everything to the forefront of your mind for the duration...
  • Mike Christensen: Web Dev Guy

    Case-sensitivity with IE getAttribute

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    I ran across an interesting behavior in IE the other day. Some of my script code was misbehaving, and it took me a while to track down the exact problem. In one part of my code I had an onfocusout event that would update an expando property to a certain...
  • David L's Blog

    Blinq and you'll miss it!

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    Nige just pinged everyone in the team about this Sandbox project called Blinq: http://www.asp.net/sandbox/app_blinq.aspx?tabid=62 Unreal! Essentially, it’s a tool for generating web forms against a database schema, with LINQ handling the...
  • Daniel Lehenbauer's Blog

    New Blender Exporter Features: Double Sided & Solid (Flat) Shading

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    [ UPDATE: The Xaml Exporter now is hosted on CodePlex ( here )] I checked in an updated Blender exporter to 3D Tools for Windows Presentation Foundation which adds support for double sided materials and flat shaded geometry. I have not yet package...
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