Being Scott Densmore

One Angry Coder

January, 2005

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    String Resource Tool for Enterprise Library

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    As some of you may have noticed, we used a tool to generate all the resource files and classes to access it. We are working on getting this out in the wild to you guys. If you really really want it fast go post comments on Tom’s blog .
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    Enterprise Library Console Manifest File

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    In a post in the workspaces , someone noticed that we forgot to update the manifest file to match the name of the .exe file. We are trying to determine the OS / environment where this occurs. You can go ahead and fix the file, but if you guys out there...
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    Enterprise Library as Non Admin

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    Peter and Robert posted that you will have few problems when running as a non-admin. I do all of my development in C:\Projects and give the appropriate permissions. This is something we should have put in the readme . Sorry about that. I use MakeMeAdmin...
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    Enterprise Library Is Live - Go Download

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    Wahoooo… your all clear kid… now go download and have fun! Just one thing… it may take a while for this to replicate around the world . Enterprise Library patterns & practices Download It Direct Now playing: Rage...
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    Enterprise Library : Configuration Part 1

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    As Peter Provost says to me all the time “it is all about configuration, that is what it [Enterprise Library] essentially is…”. I guess he is right. Since Enterprise Library [EntLib] is built to be extensible, pluggable, etc., we needed...
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    Enterprise Library - A Comparison

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    I am a movie and car fanatic and when I think of Enterprise Library here is what I think of sleek, fast, desirable… And if anyone wants me to take one of these off their hands… you just let me know . Now playing: Fuel - Jesus...
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    Enterprise Library - Shipping Dedication

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    I know that everyone is lined up to get tickets and you will be able to get them today (this afternoon at the latest PST time). This time around, to download EntLib you will need to register. We are not going to spam you, we are just trying to understand...
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    Little Know Component Model Gotcha with IDictionaryService

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    I don’t know how many people in the world this gotcha will affect but I found it very interesting after a conversation with one of the devs internally so I thought I would share the information with those of you out there in the wild. When you...
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    A new member to the crew

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    Tom Hollander , Product Manager e xtraordinaire , has joined the ranks in blogging about Enterprise Library. Look for a lot of good juicy marketing content over there . I will try and keep in check over here . Actually, Tom is quite technical and I have...
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    Enterprise Library RTW (Release To Web)

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    Barring any major catastrophes, it is official. On January 28th Enterprise Library will be up and available on MSDN. Spread the word… download the code, give us feedback, join the GotDotNet workspace . Tell your mom, it could change her life .
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    New Job Openings in patterns & practices

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    I am a little late to the game, but via Peter & Jim , you can come work with us . Software Development Manager Software Development Engineer Now don’t you really want to work with some really cool guys and cool technology? Of course...
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    King Nerd Really?

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    Guess I didn't spend enough time in Math class to get to the next level.
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    "You Big Dummy"

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    Why is it that I like to make things hard on myself? I was doing some refactoring a class method ["Introduce Parameter Object"] and decided that I would just change the signature, rename the method, blah blah blah in one shot, why not, I was already there...
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