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  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup: The ADE team prepares for the event

    Friday, the Academic Developer Evangelist (ADE) team meets to discuss what their roles will be over the US Imagine Cup.  This is done each year as it is critical that the students have a fantastic experience, over the years not only do students get excited, the individual ADEs get excited. ...
  • Blog Post: Object oriented programming is dead! Long Live Object Oriented Programming, ramblings about the past

    Well it’s been an interesting week, Carnegie-Mellon declares Object Oriented Programming dead, my dog has chewed up most of the cheap furniture getting her new teeth and so forth.  Made me think about all of the things declared dead in software over my career, which no one can consider short anymore...
  • Blog Post: Orchard a free, open source, community-focused project for ASP.NET modules

      Everyone! Orchard is a free, open source, community-focused project aimed at delivering applications and reusable components on the ASP.NET platform. This is interesting for students and educators as well.  Take a look at this interesting project at: http://www.orchardproject.net/ What is...
  • Blog Post: Part 6, More on List<T>: Removing an item from Windows Phone 7

    List<T> can be used for many things, think about exploding subatomic particles in the CERN research facility.  The shower of particles are thrown against sensors that measure their mass.  So you need to quickly store all of that information, and it is really a single thing: MASS. The...
  • Blog Post: Part 5-Data Structures and PathFinder app: List<T>, structs and AI

    As a reader, I want to share with you my view of a blog as a type of practice writing.  That is: nothing is absolute, and you should always question anything that I write, make sure to test the ideas by writing code, talking to others or simply commenting on my blog.  Unlike many writers who...
  • Blog Post: Data Structure: Part 4, Even More on List<T>, WRT Generics

    In the code example in my previous blogs, I discussed how to use a List<T> to store data strings. To use our list in Windows Phone 7, we need to determine how to utilize the List<T> to store our data, AND put data into the List<T>. List<T> is a type of programming object referred...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2010: Saturday Morning, Remembering the Poland Ghetto

      This morning I woke up to work out in the Novotel gym and it was locked. (It’s on floor 31!) Hey it’s a beautiful day outside, why not just go for a walk or jog? And I did.  It was a beautiful morning, the sun was out, this is the stage for the Imagine Cup later tonight! Imitating the statues...
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