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Open Letter to the ClickOnce team.

I really like using ClickOnce; however, there are a couple of annoyances that I'd wish would get resolved. 1. Can we please get a "sync versions" checkbox somewhere?  Meaning, wh...

Microsoft MVP Summit 2009

<p>I decided that I would be adventurous this time around going to the summit.  This time around it's just me, my motorcycle, whatever technology I can carry and over 5000 miles of roadway. ...

Expired ClickOnce Certificate

January 7th, 2007 - Got bit by the expired temporary certificate issue when trying to deploy a ClickOnce application.  Never got a "real" certificate since it wasn't necessary fo...

Fort Worth .NET Users Group - January 20th

If you're in the area, don't miss my presentation: What's New in .NET 3.5 Service Pack 1. Additionally, I've decided to extend Microsoft's extreme generosity by giving away a co...

Linq - Episode 1

Linq is very, very, very cool.  I can easily envision looking three years from now and wonder "how did we write software without Linq?".  Several recent language editions have h...

MVP Summit 2008 - Day 1

Although the MVP Summit doesn't actually begin until Monday morning, a lot of activities are scheduled by those in the community just prior to the Summit.  For the last four years, Rod Pa...

Busy, busy, busy...

Sorry for the lack updates; it definitely hasn't been due to a lack of ideas. ;-)  So here's a quick update before I have to get back to it. Right now I'm preparing to head to Redm...

Face Off: VCR vs DVR

I know that this entry is bit strange given what is normally on this site, but bear with me... In one corner we have the VCR (Video Cassette Recorder) and in the other we have the DVR (Digital...

Oklahoma Code Camp 2007 - Oklahoma City, OK - July 27th, 2007

It's dark-thirty in the morning and I'm headed out the door up to Oklahoma City, OK to speak.  I'm going to attempt to get there for the opening, which is about 2 hours and 45 minu...

Console Event Handling

Someone sent me an IM asking if I knew of a way to handle the pressing of the close button on a console application.  After a bit of research, I found a way (and some limitations).  ...