takes the .NET focused custom search
idea one step
by grabbing a great domain
name for his search engine.
Now why didn’t I think of that! Sometimes that’s all it takes between a
search engine that will get used alot (his) and one that won’t (mine).
I’d be happy to throw my support over to his, though I’m keeping my
baby. The one key difference is I plan to leave my search engine open
for others to contribute sites. Perhaps the two will complement each
Having trouble sleeping lately. Thought I’d start an intermittent blog
series about the questions that keep me up at night.
night I went to the “World Famous Viper
Room”. Gotta respect that
their website makes sure to mention the World Famous part. I suppose
you’d have to have a real club inferiority complex to promote your club
as The In This Neighborhood Sorta Famous Viper Room.
Google just launched a
feature. You can choose sites that should be emphasized in the search
results, or even restrict search results to that list.
Here’s a little trick that I didn’t know about till
Steve told me about it.
So that’s what those other tabs in the Remote Destkop dialog are for!
Dave (a Subtext
developer) just blogged about a project template he
for creating Atlas applications using the Web Application Project
(WAP). This is wicked useful for those of us who prefer Web Application
Projects over Web Site Projects.
When I was a bright eyed bushy tailed senior in
college, I remember wading through
pages and pages of job ads in Jobtrak (which has since been absorbed
Tyler, an old friend and an outstanding contractor for
VelocIT recently wrote a
suggesting one would receive better performance by passing in an array
of objects to the Microsoft Data Application Block methods rather than
passing in an array of SqlParameter instances. He cited this
is a bit of rant born out of some frustrations I have with ASP.NET. When
setting the trust level of an ASP.NET site, you have the following
Steve Harman finds this
gem of a
that generates interesting statistics and graphs for an open source
website. Just point it to your code repository and let it go!
For a project I worked on, we had an automated build server running
CruiseControl.NET hosted in a virtual machine. We did the same thing for Subtext (project is dead).
Just upgraded my blog to the latest version of Subtext in the Subversion
1.9 branch, not that you needed to know that. I just appreciate you
letting me know if you run into problems leaving a comment and such by
using my Contact
Weird how coding on Subtext relaxes me. For the past couple days I’ve
been feeling a bit under the weather and getting worse. The weird part
is that anytime I try and eat something, there’s a terrible after-taste.
And no, it’s not my breathe. I couldn’t finish my pizza tonight.
Quick tip for you if you need to remotely connect to a server with
VMWare Server installed in order to manage the virtual server.
Recently I wrote a .NET based Akismet API
for Subtext. In
attempting to make as clean as interface as possible, I made the the
type of the property to store the commenter’s IP address of type