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In July I published a list of 12 Insanely Essential Utilities for Programmers. That list is still current and I’m still using every one of the twelve. The list, however, has become popular enough, and there are enough great utilities … Continue reading
Talking with Gary Short, Developer Evangelist from DevExpress on Software Assisted Programming Listen | Return to Yet Another Podcast Call in comments: 1-347-YAP-CAST
Today is a great release day. We’ve launched everything you need to write Windows Phone 7 applications. Not only that, but we’ve also released XNA 4.0 not only for phone, but for all supported XNA platforms.
This is the fourth of twelve questions in The Great Silverlight Competency Test – each of which I believe a competent Silverlight Programmer ought to be able to complete within no more than 1 hour.
In this posting I will show how to create Feedburner feeds based on queries in Word Press using the Feedburner plugins.
I have ADD, (“oh look, something shiny!”) which means getting organized is a challenge, and making sure I can put my hands on any given piece of information a huge life-long effort, but technology has helped a lot, and after … Continue reading
A brief review of the Yeti… Comments welcome.
In every era in recent times there has been one profession that for a short while you could enter without formal training. Autodidacts in the 19th century could read the law without recourse to formal education (see Abe Lincoln). In … Continue reading
Want to stand out from the crowd? Provide me with information I can’t get elsewhere….
You have to focus on what your blog has to offer that is different, new, interesting, better than all the other blogs available, or I return to my original question: is this worth doing? Continue reading
Here are two free utilities that are so incredibly valuable, it is stunning that they are both free (one is licensed under the Gnu Public License and the other is open source).
Okay, tough love: if you are serious about Silverlight development, the days of using one Integrated Development Environment for all you work are…. over. The benefits of adding Expression Blend to your toolkit, and getting serious about learning how to … Continue reading
I often receive email saying, more or less, “I am starting Silverlight, can you tell me what to read first.” We are working hard on creating a path through all the material for Getting Started. For now, I’d recommend the … Continue reading