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February, 2007

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    C# Soup To Nuts: Inheritance and Polymorphism

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    Today is Part 14 - Inheritance and Polymorhism of my C# Soup To Nuts webcast series begins at 9am PST Today. Today, I'll be covering a little of the Object Oriented features of C#. We'll start off by looking at the System.Object class and then move into...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Delegates and Events

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    Today is Lucky Part 13 of my C# Soup To Nuts webcast series. We'll be talking about Delegates and Events . When you right applications that need to be flexible, nothing is more flexible than Delegates. Join this webcast in see what I'm talking about and...
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    Some guys have all the cool toys!

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    Last night, I was invited down to Lousiville, Kentucky to the UPS Air Hub. I got to fly the UPS Airbus 300 Flight Simulator. All I can say is, "What an experience!" Don St. Esprit gave us a great tour of the facility, and all the simulators (they have...
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    Very Interesting Reaction

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    So, the other day, I blogged about how I felt about the proposed tax increase for General Aviation Pilots. Interestingly enough, not a single person responded to that post. However, I've received numerous responses from other channels. Some people...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Exception Handling

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    Wow... after a great week out in Seattle, I'm back. I've learned a lot and will be developing some new content around WPF and WPF/E in the future, but for now, it's back to C# Soup To Nuts . This week, I will be talking about C# Exception Handling...
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    Fair Taxes?

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    Ok, I have to spout off here. CNN is running an article about the White House's new funding plan proposal for the air traffic control system. However, the numbers, provided by the White House, are incomplete, at best. They state that 11% of traffic...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Creating and Manipulating Strings

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    Today is week 11 of my C# Soup To Nuts webcast series. I'll be talking about strings today. Strings can do many wonderful things... mostly, working with text. We will learn about how to build strings, use them and some of the pitfalls and obstacles we...
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