Monthly Archives: December 2003

Moving a vs.net web project to another location

According to the .text statistics this is my 100th post. Opinions, big blogs and statistics. To celebrate, something trivial. If you’ve ever moved a web project to a different machine or even to a different virtual dir of your local … Continue reading 

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SUNy side of Christmas

Today, the second day of Christmas, me and my family went to see Finding Nemo. We all had a great time. According to the credits the movie is “master renderded by (on?) Sun Microsystems”. Sounds almost classical. Could you imagine … Continue reading 

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(Un-) wanted

Mark has spotted a blog police on the .net. Although the sherrif has aproved my blog (yuck..) I honestly think people should use a good newsreader to select the things they want to read instead of trying to shoot posts … Continue reading 

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Inappropriate Abstractions

Part 6 of Bill Venners (Artima) interview with Anders Hejlsberg is up : http://www.artima.com/intv/abstractP.html. More than just the title is catchy.

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Strict Delphi for .NET (I want more than backward compatibility)

Well, my last post on Delphi for .NET did raise some eyebrows….Was I to hard on Delphi because it was just a beta ? Personally I don’t think so, it was not my first disapointment with Borland .NET stuff. And … Continue reading 

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Delphi for .NET, strictly private

Last friday I had the opportunity to see Delphi for .NET on the meeting of the sdgn The sdgn started long long time ago as a Clipper user group. Over the years, amongst other, Delphi and .net have joined the show. … Continue reading 

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A PDC overview

for those of you who can read Dutch, there’s a story on the PDC on the site of the sdgn. For those of you to whom it is all Greek : the story has a couple of PDC foto’s as … Continue reading 

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Webservices and XML datasets

As a compensation for last post, this one is 100% .NET. Using webservices you can pass data to and from a consumer. Using .net to build web-services this data can be quite complex , like a full XML dataset. This puts … Continue reading 

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Nice days under darkest skies

On music :  California dreaming in the North of the Netherlands. This post will not cover anything on .net, if that’s what you’re looking for : stop reading. This post will be entirely on music, if you think that kind … Continue reading 

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Writing on HTML in HTML

Recently I blogged a little on the mixup of code and data and the way IE can mess things up. Today I was hit again by this phenomenon. In a post on generating a script snippet, like all web posts … Continue reading 

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