• Tim Sneath

    Taking Time Out...

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    I'm taking a couple of weeks annual leave and have pledged to my wife that I'll leave the computer switched off for the entire time. Since blogs are hard to update via pigeon post I'll not be updating this for a little while. It's the Microsoft...
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    ADO.NET Tips & Tricks - Part I

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    This is either (a) the start of an occasional series discussing ways to get the most out of ADO.NET, or (b) Tim writing up a series of notes he made while reading Microsoft ADO.NET Core Reference - you decide! If you're trying to create an OLE...
  • Tim Sneath

    New C# Features in Whidbey

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    Old news, I know, but if you want a sneak peek at some of the new C# language features we'll be talking about at the PDC, you can have a look at the whitepaper published here . Good pre-reading material for the conference if you haven't seen it before...
  • Tim Sneath

    .NET Framework Overview

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    If you're new to .NET and you'd like to attend an overview presentation of the .NET Framework, I'm delivering a free webcast on the subject on Monday at 7pm BST / 11am PDT. You can register here .
  • Tim Sneath

    ASP.NET Mobile Device Update 3 Released

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    ASP.NET Mobile Device Update 3 has just quietly snuck out of the door, supporting both .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1 . This is one of those great sleeper releases that nobody notices for ages; it's therefore one of the most underrated aspects of .NET...
  • Tim Sneath

    Mind Mapping

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    Reading a good book on mind mapping at the moment, and it's revolutionising the way I take notes. If you've never seen a mind map before, take a look at this ,  this  and this . Like many similar concepts, I'm probably years behind the wave...
  • Tim Sneath

    The daVinci Diagram Surface Could Not Be Found - A Lesson in Stress Management

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    It takes me ages to install a new machine. Getting the software on is the easy bit; it's the background activity of setting up those little custom settings like toolbars, environment variables, TweakUI entries etc. to make my desktop feel like...
  • Tim Sneath

    Primate Programming: An Evolutionary Approach

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    Perhaps I'm the last person in the world to see this (thanks Peter!), but I could really see primate programming taking off...
  • Tim Sneath

    CD Ripping with Windows Media Player 9

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    I've recently acquired a tiny  60GB USB 2 hard drive , which travels around with me everywhere I go, and it's allowed me to discover the delights of CD copying with Windows Media 9 . Now that hard disk space is so cheap, I've been able...
  • Tim Sneath

    What's New in Whidbey?

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    I'm sure by now many people will have read the new Visual Studio .NET product roadmap for 2003-2005. This is an update of a similar document published last year , which covered the 2002-2004 period. The latest roadmap provides a good deal of information...
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