See what I see.

The ramblings of Kristopher Makey.

March, 2008

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About See what I see.

See what I see is a look into the things I know.  I hope by sharing my viewpoints on various topics and divulging what i know, the world really will be a better place.  Or at least some people might learn some interesting facts along the way.

Generally I plan to focus on what I know about VSTO deployment, ClickOnce, testing or programming in general (this is what I work on).  I may occasionally talk about other observations or interests as the mood strikes me, but I suspect it will only happen occasionally as I like what I do and have a lot to say about it.

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    Late but live!

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    I was planning to post something about 3 days ago but things have been a little crazy on the home front (lets just say that 'the games' have been playing me these days) and a lot crazy on the work front (can't talk about it exactly, but it's been good...
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    VSTO 3.0 and .NET 3.5

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    From time to time I will come across (via various channels) a question of why VSTO 3.0 requires the 3.5 framework. Usually these questions are prefaced or suffixed with a “in VSTO 2005 SE I was able to use 2.0, why are you making me use 3.5 now?” Just...
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    If memory serves me correctly...

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    Memory is king and he who remembers the most rules will rule the most (not a real quote but it sounds interesting). Anyway, it is very easy to create "widget" apps with VSTO that "do" something, but often where the really interesting projects come into...
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    Delaying the inevitable.

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    Just a micro update: Ade Miller has an excellent post on how to delay sign vsto dll's. You can see his blog entry here . Basically he is talking about building the solution and Signing the dll's and then re-signing the manifests. If you or your company...
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