Marc: My Words

Janitor of the Evil Room

February, 2007

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    History++

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    Just some thoughts for a Friday. I should probably call this Research 2.0 or something to be inthe here and now, but I'm old skool when it comes to new concepts. A question in the office the other day was raised around how someone 'does research'....
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    Introducing WCF with Pluralsight at Microsoft UK

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    Just a heads up that Pluralsight will be running their Introducing Windows Communication Foundation course here in Reading on 27-30 March 2007 . You can find the details on the course here , but highlights include: Architecture Service Orientation...
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    DropThings: AJAX Dashboard Sample

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    I've spent a part of the weekend having a fairly trying time researching some bits and pieces on WCF (more on this effort in another post). Whilst hunting around, I found this great sample on CodeProject from Omar Al Zabir - the PageFlakes guy - in...
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    Notable Gadgets

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    Nice music playing gadget from Universal Music here . Also, it was only a matter of time, but have a look at Scott Hansleman's web cam gadget .
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    Mike is looking at LINQ

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    Mike Taulty's blog - he's a colleague of mine here in Reading - has a load of great content. Very recently there's a great post on his adventures with LINQ as he begins to get to grips with the tech. I have to say that I really like using LINQ but...
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    New Tech Releases

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    Worth noting that you can now get your hands on the following: Beta 2 of Expression Blend - tons of bug fixes. Beta 1 of Expression Design - also tons of bug fixes. WPFE Feb CTP - you need this because your current CTP just time-bombed. (Go...
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    Brain Stuff

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    January came and went fairly quickly and I've spent most of the month in the lab working on some stuff for the University of Manchester. This was an HPC effort using CCS to run parallelised computations on Functional MRI scans. Again, the general architecture...
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