Monthly Archives: April 2008

DevTeach Toronto Coming Up Fast

DevTeach is happening May 12-16, 2008, this time in Toronto, Canada. DevTeach is a fantastic conference and that’s not because I’m speaking there or organizing the Agile Track – though those are good reasons too. Just take a look at … Continue reading 

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Keyboard Jedi on Vista x64

This morning I was getting ready to record a screencast about ReSharper 4 EAP. To make it easier for people to follow along, I launched Roy Osherove’s excellent utility, Keyboard Jedi. Rather than the expected result, this friendly dialog box … Continue reading 

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altnetpedia Back in Business

Earlier today, an unknown hacker exploited a security vulnerability in ScrewTurn Wiki and replaced the altnetpedia site with pron links. I have restored the site and upgraded to the latest version of ScrewTurn, which is v2.0.30. (We were running v2.0.21 … Continue reading 

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