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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    More on AOP scenarios

    The big scenario that always comes up WRT AOP programming is logging. I agree that that whole feature space - which I'll lump into the “instrumentation” bucket - is a good scenario, though AOP is obviously not the only the way to approach...
  • GuntherB's WebLog

    PayPal goes XML Web Services and releases SDK !

    Well, I've always liked the PayPal thing. Fast, easy online payment and quite secure (if you know what you're doing). The PayPal Web Services comprise of 4 informational and transactional API's enabling developers to create e-commerce applications that...
  • The Old New Thing

    Why does the Links folder keep re-creating itself?

    It's trying to auto-repair....
  • The Old New Thing

    Fees disguised as taxes

    Quote a low price and then pile on the fees....
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Evolutionary Computation and Dinner

    Julie, Patrick and I had dinner with my cousin David Schaffer tonight. David is a research fellow for Phillips and is an expert on genetic algorithms. He was one of the founding members of the International Society for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    What's better than watching a beautiful sunset?

    Well, i would have to say watching the beautiful sunrise that happens outside my apt every morning. I just finished watching it while listining to the entire rendition of Rachmaninov's Concerto no. 2 played by the unequaled Van Cliburn My best...
  • Antimail

    Playing with iSCSI

    For a long time I wanted to get my hands on a true iSCSI hardware target. Without a target, the only thing you can do is to learn about iSCSI in a theoretical manner. iSCSI seems to be one of these disrupting technologies. The goal is simple: reinventing...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Go away, or I shall taunt you a second time!

    Some silly person (with a silly name) had the audacity to make the following claim yesterday in the feedback section of my C# express post: "the vb and webdev express tools would be neat for our devs to try out. yes, smear vb all you want, it's still...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Feed me Seymour!

    Ok, so my gym apperantly closes after 2ish or something lame like that. So i'm back doing push-ups and crunches instead. As I rest I thought I'd talk to you about an interesting conversation I was having with Jay today. We were discussing some of the...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    It's official!

    The best seats in the house at the Seattle Cinerama are without question 6 rows back and dead center. (I know this; because Tyler knows this). It was there, with an unblocked view, and perfect positioning of the screen that I viewed the crap that was...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Super deep technical biztalk core engine blog

    If you are an expert, want to be an expert or really want to be confused :), check out this new Biztalk Server blog: Lee Graber is about as close to the metal as it gets (as in that's my stored procedure...
  • atmosphere - the developer blog of Bernard Wong

    Alaska - land of the midnight sun

    so here i am up in Anchorage - my first time ever in Alaska. it's a little after midnight as i'm writing this dispatch. there's no sunlight in evidence but then it has been heavily overcast all day (and night). i'd estimate that it is the equivalent of...
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