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My PC no longer suffers from Xbox 360 envy!

I'm not sure when the device was released, but I've been waiting for this for a while.  It wasn't at the local Best Buy this past Tuesday, but I found a couple at a local Game Stop...

How NOT to do single assembly deployment.

I applaud this guys enthusiasm, however, his discovery/technique is something I would strongly urge you to avoid.  There are two major reasons for this: Doesn't work as a "regula...

Caleb Jenkins is giving away a Zune!

Caleb is offering to give away a Zune to whomever can guess where he is working now.  He apparently is leaving clues on his blog to help you guess.  You can enter more than one guess and ...

Twin Cites Code Camp 2 - 4/28/2007

Jason is doing it again!  He's hard at work organizing the next Twin Cities Code Camp and I'm sure that it will be every bit as great as the first... well, actually, I suspect tha...

Oklahoma City .NET Developers Group - 2/5/2007

If you're in the Oklahoma City area, I'll be there discussing Developing for Windows Vista using Visual Studio 2005 during the lunch gathering of the Oklahoma City .NET ...

Vista FUD Myth #4: My hardware won't support Windows Vista.

So this one might be true, but I truly doubt it.  If your running hardware that wouldn't benefit from upgrading to Windows Vista, I really feal for you as your daily computer experience mu...

Vista FUD Myth #3: Disabling Aero ("Glass") will speed up your computer.

This one is hard to dispute per say since it's difficult to assess exactly what is meant by "speed up" your computer.  But I'll attempt to tackle it anyway. Aero has lit...

Vista FUD Myth #2: .NET 1.1 and 2.0 applications will not work.

I'm not sure how this one got started.  I've even seen some document out there on a major site (can't remember off the top of my head) that was giving advice on how to get your .NE...

Vista FUD Myth #1: Visual Studio 2003 will not work on Vista.

This is not what was stated by Somasager stated, here is what he said: However, we will not support Visual Studio .NET 2002 or Visual Studio .NET 2003 as development environments on Windows Vista. ...

Expression confusion continues... by Microsoft

Ok, the whole Expression thing didn't bother me until this morning.  "Fine", I told myself.  Microsoft states that Expression tools are not for the developer; they were desi...