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End of year wrap up (2011)

BLOG I'm currently in the planning stages to rebuild this site. I've delayed doing this for a long time since I didn't want to "break links"; however, one reason why I don't contribute as much as I used to is the fact that I

Action Movie Night - Wednesday, November 17th

Action Movie Night returns! This is just a quick reminder regarding the Action Movie Night taking place Wednesday evening, November 17th, 2010, starting at 7:30pm located at my house so space is limited to those that RSVP. The movie being shown is: IMDB

Wow! I can't believe I found this code...

Going through a bunch of old floppy disks and copying the files to my home server in an effort to get rid of these things, I happened across a bit of source code from WAAAAAAAAAY back. (March 7th, 1990 to be precise.) For a few years around 1990, a friend
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Touring through Northwest Arkansas

I'll be leaving either tonight or tomorrow morning (really early) to start heading to Fort Smith, AR. Tuesday evening will be in Springdale, AR and finishing up Thursday evening in Harrison, AR. If you are in the area of *all* three user group, consider

Fort Worth DNUX - 2/27/2008 @ 6:30pm

If you are in Fort Worth and interested in getting up to speed on WPF/Silverlight... XAML is one of the key components of doing so. Tonight's presentation is XAML 101 being presented by yours truly... Hope to see ya there. http://dnux.org for more

Yet another "user group" in Dallas/Fort Worth - Announcing "dnux"!

Announcing the Dallas/Fort Worth dnux group. What is it? .NET has been growing in size over the past 5+ years and, as such, it's hard to cover everything in a .NET user group meeting. Some people may call what dnux is as a "sig"; however,

Technology Avalanche

I have to admit that lately I've been feeling a little overwhelmed by the amount of new technology that I need to grok in order to stay ahead of the curve. In a relatively short window of time, we've had Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF),
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Why Oh Why Microsoft Why Why Why

OK, this is ridiculous! Why wasn't this information funneled out to the VB MVP's (and other VB'ites like myself)? How is it that the first word of this is stated in public by none other than Miguel de Icaza (yes, the mono project guy)? What
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