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  • Why?

    Why aren't there any decent audio libraries for .NET?  Don't get me wrong, it's nice that the framework supports some audio features in a very simple way if you want to just play something.  However, if you need access to the audio data to manipulate it in whatever way or just want to know the duration, play location, audio ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on January 16, 2011
  • Presenting tonight at the North Dallas .NET User Group

    If your in the Dallas area (or more specifically, the North Dallas area), swing by NDDNUG tonight for my presentation on developing for Windows Vista using Visual Studio 2005.  (Of course discussing VS'08 can't be avoided and everything I'm speaking on works in VS'08).  Meeting starts at 6:00pm, so I'll need to head ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on July 11, 2007
  • 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), Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Expression Blend, ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on June 21, 2007
  • Adventures in Windows Vista (x64) - Part 3

    I've been running Vista x64 for about a month now.  So far it's been a pretty painless experience.  Here are a few updates: Software Compatibility I continue to be amazed by the amount of software that continues to be compatible with x64. Counter Strike Source Day of Defeat: Source Diablo Dungeon's & Dragons: Dragonshards F.E.A.R. ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on June 13, 2007
  • All I can say is "Huh?"

    OK, so I took the step forward and decided to live on the uber bleeding edge.  As you can see from the image, I decided to go ahead and install Microsoft Visual Studio Codename Orcas Beta 1 on my main machine.  Yes, the same machine I'm running Vista x64 on.  The biggest reason for doing this is the "support" in Visual ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 31, 2007
  • Adventures in Windows Vista (x64) - Part 2

    After running Vista x64 on another machine for a few days; installing various pieces of critical software and seeing that everything seemed to be working smoothly... I've made the full leap on my main desktop machine (the one that now has 4GB of memory). Some interesting "facts":Windows Experience Index reports my processor running ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 24, 2007
  • Adventures in Windows Vista (x64) - Part 1

    I installed Windows Vista Ultimate (x64) last night and everything went pretty smoothly.  This, of course, is on the second machine I have on my desk so I can see what works (and doesn't) before making the full jump on the main machine.  Out Of The Box Experience After the installation and major Windows Update updates, the only ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on May 15, 2007
  • Tulsa DNUG - Tonight

    I'll be at the Tulsa, OK users group this evening presenting on developing for Windows Vista using Visual Studio 2005... so if you're in the area, be sure to stop by and say "hi".
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on April 30, 2007
  • My.Vista

    Caleb has sort of let the cat out of the bag... Introducing My.Vista. There are over 7,000 new API's in Windows Vista.  Some of them are immediately obvious while others are deep beneath the surface.  I rather enjoy digging around in Windows API land, however, many people don't care to do this so this area is usually off limits ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on March 9, 2007
  • 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 "regular user".Will cause you MAJOR support issues as Windows Vista gains momentum.  See reason #1.I've been using a similar technique in ...
    Posted to AddressOf.com (Weblog) by CorySmith on February 9, 2007
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