Being Scott Densmore

One Angry Coder

December, 2004

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    Testing BlogJet

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    I have installed an interesting application - BlogJet . It's a cool Windows client for my blog tool (as well as for other tools). Get your copy here: http://blogjet.com "Computers are useless. They can only give you answers." -- Pablo Picasso
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    This is Me?

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    Me as a South Park character... via Peter Provost .
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    Why is Clean Project not a first class citizen

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    I know this seems trivial, but since my move to the .NET world in Visual Studio .NET (VS.NET), I sorely miss features from Visual C++ functionality. Now before I get to my point I want to give a little overview of how VS.NET works before getting to for...
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    API Studies

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    Last night I went and heard a talk from Steven Clarke on API usability. I always heard knew about this, but after hearing Steven talk last night, man I am starting to get my head around how different developers approach an API. Now if there was one take...
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    The return of the Iterator

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    Brian is a genius. I have really been p***** ever since I lost the ability to have generic iterators like I had in C++. We can all argue about the type safety later, lets just stick to the point. Brian's post is pure genius. Learn it, love it, live it...
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    What do we do here?

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    Sandy , a fellow Titans fan, has a great post about what we do here at patterns and practices (although a little long winded ) .
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    Another Non Admin Woe in Visual Studio

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    Today I needed to run some unit tests in an admin console (thanks to Aaron ), so I fired up VS as admin and built the project and ran my tests. This was the first time I had built the project, so when I went back to loading VS as Non-Admin, I got an access...
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    How to Scroll in a Command Window

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    As Brian Button pointed out earlier, I am keyboard junkie. I found myself today needing to scroll through my console window after running some unit tests that had failed. Now my first thought would be page up / page down... nope didn't work. Confused...
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