Monthly Archives: August 2003

Be there or be square

 

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DotNed flashmob

Last night, august the 28th, I went for the first time to the monthly meeting of dotned, a Dutch .net user group. The meeting was in one of those 13 in a dozen hotels you are probaly all to familiar … Continue reading 

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A short look at Borlands’s C#builder

C# builder Having worked with Delphi for years I just had to give C# builder, Borlands throw at the C#/.NET market, a try. I downloaded the enterprise trial and started exploring. Csb is “just” a collection of designers. It uses … Continue reading 

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Anonymous methods and Clipper

One of the new features of C# in the upcoming Whidbey release are anonymous methods. What they are and how they work is clearly explained in the gotdotnet page Vijay pointed to in his blog. And Don Box uses them … Continue reading 

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Some virus attacks are more successful

Microsoft has pretty well survived the attack, I was less lucky. This one went to my nose and throat and I’m not feeling too well. The main problem is not being able to think straight. Last weekend I was trying … Continue reading 

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Cool(-ing) Microsoft hardware

The heat is taking caualties. Last night I spilled a glas of cool water over my “MS natural keyboard Pro“. Didn’t pay much attention. This morning I found the keyboard gone mazurk. Dissection reveiled a lot of water and corrosion … Continue reading 

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Once more on weblogs, newsaggregators and responses

Sharpreader Having allready blogged about RSS Bandit and NewsGator I took a look at sharpreader, another newsagregator, this time. Sharpreder looks and feels a lot like bandit without a built in browser. All worked fine but a little extra option … Continue reading 

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C sharp to read the difference

At first sight sharpreader does look a lot like bandit. What struck me is that a nice feature of sharpreader, grouping related posts, is there in bandit as well, it even looks the same. To take one more look I will refer … Continue reading 

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Testing news aggregators, maybe expecting too much and going wiki-wacky

My last post on newsagregators got some interesting comments. At the moment I am taking a look at sharpreader as well. To do that I need a liitle test post. So this one links back to my previous post on … Continue reading 

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Whidbey book for Apress

I am working on a Whidbey book to be published by Apress and looking forward to all “feed-forward” on the Apress forum. Peter

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