Monthly Archives: April 2007

My life is run on a stack and not a queue

I blame Microsoft and bloggers for my brain function lately.  I just can’t keep up with everything going on, and I don’t really even try to.  At any given time, I have 10–15 tabs open in Firefox of webpages that … Continue reading 

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Hydrated a new Developer into the Lewallen family by way of the Child factory: (Off Topic)

Carson Grant Lewallen was born April 19th, 2007 at 16:17 hours, weighing in a 7 lbs 14 oz and just a hair below 20 inches.  Unfortunatly, we still haven’t been able to leave the hospital yet due to some obstacles.  … Continue reading 

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Oh how I miss CruiseControl and NAnt

Here is a screenshot of my TFS build.  20 minutes.  The integration builds have been running for a week now.  They are triggered on check-in using a tool called Automoton because TFS does not have this functionallity by default.  Most builds … Continue reading 

Posted in .Net Development, Continuous Integration, Patterns and Practices | 14 Comments

Congrats April MVP Awardees!

A big congrats to all the Microsoft MVPs who were awarded or reawarded on the April cycle.  I know both me and my good friend Sahil were both reawarded, and before I finished this post I saw Frans was too.  … Continue reading 

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