November is finally over. It was a very intensive month. It is good that Microsoft decided to launch VS 2005, SQL 2005 and BizTalk 2006 in November and not in December. Otherwise there would not be a Christmas for me :). November was so long that I can not even remember all the things that […]
Waiting… that’s what I have been doing almost 30% of the time this night. “It is not a normal wait”. It just happens that I am working on both machines at a time and both of them are now still and are waiting for “zee germans”.When will be the time where no human will ever […]
This week I got a little upgrade in my experience points :). I successfully passed the Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) exam.One wish comes true. Thanks to all my friends and supporters.
Visual Studio 2005 has Auto Recover feature. Finally, at your fingertips :).
When you are creating Movie Collection Starter Kit keep in mind that the project wizard just prepares the files for the project. You need to ‘Save’ the project so the files can actually appear on the disk. One more step is required. In project setting open the .settings file and change the connection string to […]
If you are planning to change your IM client take a look at Qnext. This program offers anything you can think of, from IM chat to video conferencing, file sharing and remote administration. Here is a short list of the features integrated in the product. Universal Messenger Audio Chat Video Conferencing Photo Sharing File Transfer […]
Yesterday I found the Alt+F12 shortcut in VS.NET 2003. It provides Object search functionality. If you have a large project and you have lost in the endless amount of classes in your solution then this feature can be of some help for you.
Watch this video. It is amazing!!! There are no pull down menus in MS Word 12. Every single item that you move over will preview your document with the item. This new UI can only be compared to professional graphic programs that I have seen. You have to see it. It can be hardly explained […]
Ha, I never knew that Windows XP Professional allows creating more than one web site per machine. I though that it is a restriction buried deep down into IIS. Well it is possible to programmatically create multiple instances. The company firstServed has provided a nice tool IISAdmin that does the work for you.
A week ago I was reviewing some code to add a little bit of new functionality. That was the project that I have been managing for about 6 months. I knew that there was ugly and hard to maintain code there, because of the very short time to implement all the features. In some way […]