January 2005 - Posts
Entlib has been released more info here
Strange thing is though the download link doesn't seem to be working... hope it will be again soon.
Entlib = the new version of the application blocks all put into one and integrated with each other.
Update working URL thanks to Dennis v/d Stelt
A great article about software development along with a couple of others.
The articles are created by the guy who created the mailineter domain, go read and enjoy the guys writing style which I think is brilliant.
For those reading this who are there family's and friends helpdesk some bad news... windows update won't be accesible for pirated keys / cracked windows XP's.
This means either back to windows 2000 or actually buying getting a license.
Please take note that student licenses are very cheap for software so if there is a student in the family check with the schools for special discount
Details about how this will all go about.
Google has introduced support of a special html attribute:
“The attribute in question is rel="nofollow" and you're going to be seeing it on a lot more <a> tags pretty soon. It's basically a way for you, as an online publisher, to tell search engines that they shouldn't follow a particular link, nor consider your link as factor in their indexing algorithms.“
“Google, along with MSN, Yahoo!, Manilla, Six Apart, Wordpress, Flickr, Blogger, Livejournal, Buzznet, Blojsom, Blosxom“
Regexps are one of those things which are quite nice to have in ones toolbox when it comes to developing applications. Today I came across this post:
Which has a few resources in there and introduces me to a new regexp application:
From first glance it does about the same as:
But with an integrated regexp lib. This also reminds me of the nice cheatsheets around the web for the regexp syntax: http://www.regexlib.com/CheatSheet.htm
Update: layout was a bit shoddy links didn't work etc.
Yahoo's version of desktop search is based on X1 technology which has a very good product.
It's been under development for quite some time, and Yahoo is bringing this technology to the masses:
Processor optimised builds of Firefox and thunderbird:
More info about the builds:
A Free e-book with a lot of samples code etc. Unlike other e-books this one starts off with security then goes on with the rest :)
Company behind the e-books: http://www.skilldrive.com/
My favorite .NET codegenerator hit v 1.0:
The Regulator ( a tool for making and testing regexp's ) has moved yet again new location:
Some handy mostly command line utils:
Something we should all know by now the asp.net v1.1 lifecycle:
Want to resize the browser:
This application: http://www.applythis.com/browsersizer/default.asp
Or favorites: http://weblogs.asp.net/jamauss/archive/2004/12/29/344113.aspx
Hope there is someone helped by these links