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  • Lisa Wollin

    JavaScript 101: JavaScript and OOP

    As I mentioned in the previous post, JavaScript 101: An Introduction , JavaScript is an Object Oriented Programming (OOP) language, and as such, it is comprised of objects. A bunch of objects bundled together is called an object model, also called an...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Guess Who

    I got a chance to do a little modeling this week. It was a lot of fun and a very relaxing task for the evening. I was also really thrilled with the results and i want to do a lot more of this. You start with a set of pieces as above. They are very rough...
  • Antimail

    The Institute for Backup Trauma

    John Cleese's play is pure genius... (altough some friends here seem to disagree, but who can dispute taste? :-)
  • Luke Nyswonger

    BizTalk Server Developer Center

    Come check out the BizTalk Server Developer Center, the home of developer information for the BizTalk Server developer community. This site provides up-to-date information on how to integrate people, systems, and data to develop solutions for your business...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    SharePoint Online Training

    You can do SharePoint Products and Technologies Hands on Labs online. This is -absolutely- killer. You can learn about the product without even having to set it up.
  • Vipul Modi's Blog

    Indigo is hiring smart people like you!

    Indigo is hiring: Do you want to... Work on the next generation web services platform? Work with the industry experts like Don Box? Work with the creators of SOAP, WSDL and XML Gurus? Contribute to the next generation web services protocol specifications...
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    Jobs at patterns & practices

    Do you like the work we do, and would you like to be a part of it? Or even better, have you got your own ideas on how to make our deliverables even better? Then read on - patterns & practices is looking for some fresh faces! Specifically, we have...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing


    In .Net framework v1.0/v1.1, when an assembly is installed to GAC, we will generate a file __AssemblyInfo__.ini in the assembly's directory. The file contains some information about the assembly. An example of the file is below: C:\WINDOWS\assembly\GAC...
  • I'm not a Klingon ( )

    How the various CultureInfo names and tags behave.

    With the introduction of sort names and custom cultures in the .Net Framework 2.0 (Whidbey) a few things about culture names had to be clarified. Three are 4 ways you can get names that look a lot like culture names: 1) CultureInfo.Name 2) CultureInfo...
  • Omar Shahine

    Digital Audio Tools

    Eric Virro has a great site that covers all aspects of ripping digital audio. Highly recommended reading if you are curios about lossless, transcoding, cleaning, converting etc.
  • Antimail

    Implementing a COM component in... VBScript

    Normally, a VBS scripts is used to invoke COM components (written in C++ or even C#). But did you know that it can be the other way around? That is, invoking VBScript code from, say, C#. Here is a simple exercise: 1) Write a text file with the WSC extension...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Eric Rudder chat transcript

    Lots of good information about Whidbey and other stuff.
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