More Trouble with Programming

The Technology Review interview with Bjarne Stroustrup last month apparently caused a great deal of trouble for the Technology Review…something I have a feeling they weren’t counting on. In an effort to address the comments left by readers and on Slashdot, they followed up the interview. I’m not sure... [Read More]


Microsoft has just announced a new CTP available called “WPF/E”, which is the codename for a new web presentation technology. I am guessing that the “E” stands for “Everywhere” since this is being created to run on a variety of platforms. According to the documentation, It enables the... [Read More]


When 2.0 is released (hopefully by the end of the year), it will be using a spinoff of .Text named SubText. With the death of other great open source projects like NDoc, I decided to do my part and contribute as a developer on this one. I’m starting with reviewing... [Read More]

Developer Tools

As a developer I use a lot of additional tools to get my work done in the most efficient and accurate way possible. That involves a lot of things, such as unit testing, code analysis and additional productivity inside the Visual Studio 2005 IDE. I have seen a lot of blog posts... [Read More]

Community Credit

As I was browsing around the Subtext web site, I came across the Community Credit website. This is a pretty interesting site, where the primary goal is “stupid prizes for smart people”. From the website, the goal is …to reward fellow IT Professionals who have contributed toward the development community.... [Read More]