I came across a link with directions to the next generation C++, known as C++0x, on Slashdot. No detail at the moment but it indicates that the C++ community is aware of the demise of the language if nothing is done.
Test-Driven Development In .NET Unit Testing and Test-First Development
In order to begin posting my weblog to a Windows 2003 box I needed to install and configure an FTP server. Unfortunately, getting this to actually work has been way more difficult than the instructions here indicate. Here is what I did: Ran the through the How to Set Up an FTP Server in Windows […]
OK, so this is cool but… This is a great example of what I described in my post “Microsoft Innovation: Reinventing What Already Exists” Here Microsoft has created a community website on GotDotNet that I fail to see has anything that is not already available with SourceForge. Am I missing something? Now as I said before, […]
In the Developing Pocket PC applications using the Smart Device Extensions for Visual Studio .NET MSDN webcast Woody Hewitt lists limitations with the Compact Framework (CF) as follows: Reflection emit (simply reflection is available) Remoting (Ughhh!) Serialization* (see Pickle) Codedom Printing* COM Interoperatility* Server side functionality (3rd party products are available but not supported by CF) […]
I took the time to listen to this broadcast this morning. It was excellent. It covers such topics as Rapiconfig for automatically restoring the configuration of a device Writing shell extensions more easily (including autocomplete in text boxes) SMS Messaging interception and processing along with a virtual SMS radio for testing. WAP over SMS (including […]
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 has been released. (I am a little delayed on this post as SP4 was published over a week ago but since I was on vacation and I didn’t get around to posting the news until now.)
This was an interesting tip I had never seen before. Presumably one could do this in code too. Interesting….
I got this info. in an MCT email today: “Earn your MCSD for Microsoft .NET certification by October 31, 2003 and you will receive 15 technical CECs for the 2003 program year Â— and 15 bonus CECs for the 2004 program year.” Well this is cool news. Now all I have to do is find […]
Here is a brief article on how to do custom remoting stuff. If anything I think the samples should help get someone started.