Community Credit February Prize Winner

Don’t let anyone tell you it doesn’t happen. I was just awarded 16th place for February on Community Credit. I know, 16th place doesn’t sound like a big deal, but keep in mind that it is 16th out of 6950 (I think that was the number... [Read More]

Subtext CruiseControl.NET dashboard facelift

The Subtext CruiseControl.NET dashboard has undergone a major facelift this weekend. It now has a new CNAME record, which allows access to it from: http://build.subtextproject.com/ccnet/ This change is the beginning of an effort to enhance the documentation for the project and make it easier for users to... [Read More]

Detecting if IIS is installed and ASP/ASP.NET is registered

Recently, someone sent me an email about my post on using managed code to detect the installed Framework versions and services packs. The posts were really just pointers to my article on The Code Project, but it did bring up an interesting topic. The question at hand really boils... [Read More]

February was busy!

All I can say is, “Wow!” I just looked at my blog and realized that I posted 34 posts for last month. I’m sure some of you may not think this is a large amount, but for me it represented the single busiest month of blogging since I started almost... [Read More]

Visual Studio Code Metrics

Visual Studio will finally get built-in support for generating code metrics for project and solutions. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Orcas officially ships, but it is part of the latest March CTP release (Virtual PC image or self-extracting install). Again, as with the integrated FxCop analysis, this will... [Read More]