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ICaramba Miguel Castro's blog about .NET and its effect on National Security, the Eco-system, and his daughter's sleeping patterns. February 2007 Entries
New C# 3.0 Features
I've been training myself in all the new .NET 3.0 stuff and for those of you not aware yet, the extension frameworks (WPF, WCF, WF, & CS) are not the only thing that's new. There are quite a few language extensions (specially in C#) even aside from the ever-so-popular-now, Linq. I was going to give a runthrough here of some of them, but I came across a blog posting by David Hayden, an MVP from the Sarasota , FL area, so in the interest of not stealing his thunder and saving myself some fingerwork, ......

Posted On Saturday, February 24, 2007 12:50 PM

Party at the MVP Summit
My Texan buddy, Jeff Palermo has become known for organization get-togethers prior to conferences, and since he's now an MVP, we get to experience an extra "Party with Palermo" prior to the MVP Summit this year. If you're gonna be at the Summit, you're gonna wanna be here: cya all there ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 21, 2007 12:38 PM

Vista and MultiMonitors - UHHHHHG!!!!
If you have a multimonitor setup and are ready to rebuild to Vista, you may want to read this first - it may cost you some $. Mark Miller povides even more detail here: Does Mark now he wasn't recording a Mondays episode at the time? :) ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 14, 2007 5:54 AM

VMWare 6-Beta has a problem with the VS Plug-in
VMWare version 6 beta has a feature that integrates with Visual Studio 2005 debugging. This seems to have a problem with VS2005 right now. I'm running Vista but don't know if this is part of it or not. The message you will see when opening VS2005 involves an error writing to a log file. If you reinstall VMWare, choose modify, and unselect the option for the VS add-in, you'll be fine. ......

Posted On Thursday, February 1, 2007 3:12 PM

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