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Duncan Mackenzie has too much time on his hands

December, 2003

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    Bandwidth Drought

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    I'm off in Winnipeg, visiting relatives for Christmas, and I've been experiencing severe bandwidth issues. I brought my laptop along to do some work on my next book, check email and to play movies for my son, but I've barely even had it on. Dial-up isn...
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    New Coding 4 Fun Column up on MSDN

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    The latest 'issue' of my Coding 4 Fun column has been published to MSDN; Duncan Mackenzie describes how to control a serial-port–connected LCD panel using Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C# .NET. It is probably worth mentioning...
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    SharpToolbox

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    Fabrice just sent me a note about http://SharpToolbox.com a huge directory of .NET tools and resources ... pretty cool site that I hadn't noticed before. Great... now I have to dig through it all... I hate the thought that I've missed out on something...
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    Playing around

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    I've been playing with some serial port code lately, working out the details of controlling an LCD Panel... I forsee an update to my music system very soon.
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    New MSDN TV 'episode' on FxCop

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    I'm a big FxCop fan, so I'm pretty happy to see this episode.... Code Correctness with FxCop Michael Murray and Jeffrey Van Gogh from the CLR Team describe FxCop, the freely-available code analysis tool from Microsoft.
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    Comp Sci is cool

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    A neat little discussion about Random Number generators (or pseudo-random that is) has been happening on GDN for the last day or so, http://www.gotdotnet.com/Community/MessageBoard/Thread.aspx?id=169292&Page=1#169538 neat stuff....
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    Visual Studio Bootstrapper Downloads

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    Localized versions of the Visual Studio Bootstrapper are now available on the bootstrapper workspace including French, Spanish, German, Korean, Italian, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), and English.
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    C# Books Page Up

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    Check out http://msdn.microsoft.com/vcsharp/using/books/default.aspx for a small selection of books that I've found useful... and I'm always looking for suggestions!
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    Windows Forms Reference Application

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    It happens to be an advertisment for Infragistics, but it looks pretty cool and shows off a bunch of the Application Blocks , so I'll be spending some time reading through it! Check it out [from Code Project ]
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