LINKBLOG for November 27, 2007
- The Job I Want Next - Giles Bowkett
Wow, Giles has seen 30-60 companies in his working life, massive... but about the job he wants now it basically muts be ' (...) good to do the things you love - all of them '
- Creating a transparent, animating, and opaque image in Silverlight 1.1 - Tim Stall
- Question For You Dependency Injection Buffs - Phil Haack
For all you DI experts: Phil needs your input
- Google as a password cracker - Steven J. Murdoch
via Bruce Schneier. Ten days old, but you might not have read it. Very interesting one on how someone reverse-engineered an attackers hashed password by using ... google!
- Dilbert Comic November 26, 2007
via Brian Randell
What happens when agile gets in to the hands of managers (disclaimer: the kind of managers that should not even know what agile is of course)
- Style Macros for technical authors working in Word - Roy Osherove
Anyone spending more time in Word than I do, needs macros
- Further Thoughts on Adopting .NET Framework 3.5 and VS 2008 - Carel Lotz
Some thoughts on how to implement the new Visual Studio and Framework in your organization
- Get SnagIt and Camtasia for FREE! - Randy Patterson
Dutch people will be specifically triggered by the 'free' keyword...
- Keep your code structure clean - Patrick Smacchia
Seeing NDepend for the first time can be quite an overwhelming experience. Had this some weeks ago and still haven't recovered. You can spend a day just learning how to use a tool like this...
- The Blogger's Guide to Search Engine Optimization - by Aaron & Giovanna Wall : SEO Book.com
' dozens or hundreds of comments on each post, adding unique content which the page can rank for '
Ha. Never looked at it that way. Let your readers do the work for you, why not? Chime in everybody :-)
- isions of the Future: Understanding Trends - Cecilia Weckstrom
- Update: Quake 2 .NET Port with Visual Studio 2008 (v9.0) and Managed C++ - Greg Dolley
Ever wanted to, just for once compile a real game, just because you can? Well, here's your chance
- Visual Studio 2008 Initial Impressions - Part One - Colin Cochrane
- Backup — what’s that? - Sterling Camden
- From C# to Java: Part 3 - Eric Sink
In which Eric notes some interesting differences between Visual Studio and Eclipse