Reflector

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Thu, 02/22/2007 - 11:35
You cannot call yourself a CCF developer until you have fired up Reflector a few times to understand the internal workings of the system. So it is with great joy I can say that version 5.0 is out for reflector. All the details available on the new version are available on Scott Hanselmans blog

Virtual PC 2007 is out

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Wed, 02/21/2007 - 12:31

Virtual PC is 2007 out, according to Memnotk (download link is there too).
The beta for this was the most bug free beta I've ever seen and definately will be getting the RTM today (especially since I am upgrading)

Next weeks looking better

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Fri, 02/16/2007 - 16:56

Next week I plan to take the dive and install Vista on my work laptop. Few reasons for it
1) I finish my current project Tuesday so I have a little bit of extra time next week while I shuffle to a new project.
2) My current work requires me to use .Net 1.1 and thus VS 2003 while going forward I see no more VS 2003 in my life ;)

And then I saw this post today about how SP2 for SQL Server 2005 should be out Monday which means proper Vista support (from what memory serves SP 1 doesn't have it). Must be sign to do it :)

The other panel

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Thu, 02/15/2007 - 19:42

Last week I posted about the floating panels option, well there is another option for panels, that being: hiddenPanel

This setting causes the application not to show at all. Interesting ideas around this...

Quote of the Day

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Thu, 02/15/2007 - 09:50
Debugging is not a tool, it's a methodology. Saw it on a blog yesterday, but I didn't think to copy down the name :(

Can't let go?

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Wed, 02/14/2007 - 15:33

If you one of the South Africans out there who classifies themselves as presently disadvantaged while discussing the current employement policies from govt while drinking coffee at a shop in Nelson Mandela Square at 4pm on a Wednesday afternoon, then you also likely will complain about the road name changes. Well it appears if all is not lost for you, Live Local hasn't updated it's references to street names ;)

Something very true

Submitted by Robert MacLean on Wed, 02/14/2007 - 09:51
Found this very true. Reposted from Noah Coad's blog: A good friend will tell you what you want to hear. A true friend will always tell the truth. A good friend seeks to talk with you about your problems. A true friend seeks to help you with your problems. A good friend will be there for you all through school. A true friend will be there till the day you die. A good friend will bail you out of prison. A true friend will be sitting next to you saying "damn that was fun!". A good friend brings a bottle of wine to your party. A true friend comes early to help you cook and stays late to help you clean. A good friend hates it when you call after they've gone to bed. A true friend asks you why you took so long to call. A good friend wonders about your romantic history. A true friend could blackmail you with it. A good friend thinks the friendship is over when you have an argument. A true friend calls you after you had a fight. A good friend, when visiting, acts like a guest. A true friend opens your refrigerator and helps himself. A good friend has never seen you cry. A true friend has shoulders soggy from your tears. A good friend doesn't know your parents' first names. A true friend has their phone numbers in his address book. A good friend expects you to always be there for them. A true friend expects to always be there for you. A good friend is someone you enjoy hanging out with. A [true] friend is someone you need. (Neil Diamond, Heartlight)