SourceForge.Net 2007 Community Choice Awards

I know I’m a little late to the nomination party, but if you haven’t already nominated your favorite SourceForge project, please take the time to do so. It only takes a minute, and the Subtext development community would definitely appreciate it. The SourceForge.net team is proud to present our... [Read More]

Closed Betas for Windows Live Folder and Windows Live Photo Gallery

Microsoft has started offering limited beta testing of Windows Live Folder and Windows Live Photo Gallery. Windows Live Folder is designed to allow file sharing without relying on email, external USB devices, or public sharing sites. The Live Folder service uses email to share a link to the folder, but... [Read More]

Introduction to Coding Standards

Style is an often overlooked but very critical attribute of writing. The style of writing directly impacts the readability and understandability of the end product. [1] This statement is true not just for prose writing, but also for the style of programming in the writing of source code in a... [Read More]

Visual Studio 2008

Now that Visual Studio “Orcas” finally has an official name, it’s time to clear up the new confusion surrounding the different versions of the .NET Framework that will be available. Daniel Moth has an excellent post describing what he calls the Visual Studio 2008 stack that includes this graphic.... [Read More]

Understanding the .NET Framework 3.5

Daniel Moth has an excellent post that explains what makes up the .NET Framework 3.5. This post also sparked a very good discussion on The Code Project. There are two elements that make up version 3.5 of the Framework: the “green bits” and the “red bits”. This... [Read More]