Microsoft DreamSpark

Microsoft has always provided great deals for college students. I remember when I was still in school being able to purchase “Academic Editions” of Windows and Office at fractions of the retail price from the college bookstore. This time around, Microsoft is making it even better to be a student... [Read More]

Visual Studio user settings per project/solution

Last April I talked about the need to have the Visual Studio editor settings (like tab size, curly brace location, etc.) stored with each solution as well as globally. This was spurred by an email thread between some of the Subtext developers and myself. The end result was... [Read More]

HD DVD

The HD DVD vs Blu-ray format wars appears to be over, in a relatively short amount of time too. According to Reuters, Toshiba announced that it is planning to stop production of HD DVD players and recorders. The death-blow was apparently dealt by Wal-Mart’s recent... [Read More]

Tampa Bay IASA Newsletters

It’s now been almost 2 months since I have been part of the Tampa Bay IASA chapter’s leadership. In that time we’ve moved the meeting registration to Eventbrite and have started sending monthly newsletters. (The February newsletter was very late, and I sincerely apologize to everyone. The rest... [Read More]

Post Categories and Image Galleries

You may have noticed that my post categories and image gallery lists are incorrect. I’ve submitted a trouble ticket to the GeeksWithBlogs technical support earlier this week, but it hasn’t been resolved yet. Since I use the category list a lot to help find old posts, I decided to create... [Read More]