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No Fun Intended Shoo! You are debugging the crap outta me! June 2005 Entries
Interesting SOA Approach
Fellow NTeamer Ron Buckton passed this link from Rocky Lhotka concerning Message-based WebMethod overloading as a possible approach for the NTeam architecture and I really like the idea. Most importantly, it works. My only complaint is the same one Rocky brings up: it is not as clean as I would like. There is also an accompanying article from Bill Wagner. Unfortuanately, there was no follow-up on Wagner's initial post as promised that I could find ......

Posted On Thursday, June 23, 2005 7:54 AM

No port of Indigo to MONO?
I found this kinda strange. In a way I don't blame Microsoft's stance. I want to keep moving forward and open source projects will never be able to keep up but a port at some time surely wouldn't be out of the question, right? Read the full story here.

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2005 3:20 PM

ETNUG Looking for Sponsors
The East Tennessee .NET User Group is searching for a sponsor for our meeting this month. If you are local to Knoxville, you get to give a 15 or 20 minute soft sale to the group about your product or service. If you are not local, we can deliver the speech for you. You will have our thanks and possibly a new customer or two. If you are interested, shoot me an email.

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2005 1:49 PM

Free Visual Studio 2005 Training
I haven't noticed any posts on this subject yet. There are four courses available for a 90-day trial.Clinic 2551: Introduction to Visual Studio Team SystemCourse 2924: Building Data Components in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005Course 2925: Building Managed Code for SQL Server 2005 and Creating SOA Apps in Visual Studio 2005Course 2928: Implementing Data Access and Security in an ASP.NET 2.0 Web Application ......

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2005 1:18 PM

The NTeam Front Five
During an NTeam group chat tonight, we got sidetracked and started talking size. We could form a decent NFL front line....almost. No names, though, I don't want a letter bomb. Do guys really care about that crap? 6'7” 282 <- Me 6'4“ 250 6'2“ 250 6'3“ 270 6'2 270 Some one proposed our new motto as 'NTeam, we are coming to eat you.' That may not be the right message to send but you get the idea ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 15, 2005 10:32 PM

NTeam Mentioned in June 15th Edition of SD Times
You can download the issue here (pdf). Page 25. It is more of a VSTS/James Avery article but NTeam is mentioned at the end. Apparantly, and I didn't know this, NTeam is based on James Avery's tool list. I am glad someone told me. Also, I am glad that the reporter talked to the project team before making a huge jack*ss out of herself.

Posted On Wednesday, June 15, 2005 6:22 PM

Blogosphere Disenchantment
Has anyone else out there grown disenchanted with the current state of the blogoshpere? I took 10 of what I consider some of the most popular blogs out there such as Don Box, Scott Hanselman, Joel Spolsky, Ingo Rammer, Martin Fowler, etc and read each of their 10 most recent posts. Only 12 pertained to something I was interested in and /or currently working on. I think that about 50% of the posts pertain to something that I may be working on 12 or 18 months from now and the 40% is just a repost of ......

Posted On Monday, June 13, 2005 9:09 AM

Weird little VS.NET bug...I think
Found a small problem with VS.NET 2003 this morning that I thought I would share. If you are debugging an ASP.NET app and you set the start mode to URL, provide the url, and attempt to launch the app in debug mode, you get the typical 'Cannot start debugging....' error. The fix is that after you set the url, you must set the default page again. How weird. I don't know if it qualifies as a bug but it definitely doesn't qualify as a feature. Maybe just a quirk.

Posted On Thursday, June 9, 2005 11:48 AM

Another great column dies a quick, painless death
Eric Sink has decided not to continue writing his Business of Software column. I love this column so I hate to see it go.

Posted On Thursday, June 2, 2005 10:47 PM

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