Monthly Archives: July 2007

Facebook in trouble

For those fellow Facebook users out there there is a slim chance that it might be shutdown.  It looks like Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook may have potential taken the code from a codebase he was working on with … Continue reading 

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South Central US Events Coming up

Via input from Chris Koenig, one of the Microsoft Developer Evangelists in my area, we got some great events coming up soon in South Central US. Sat, July 28th – Oklahoma City CodeCamp ( Sat, August 25th – Houston TechFest … Continue reading 

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Subversion web browser ($30)

Check it out at WarehouseApp Check out an example here.  I plan on buying to check it out. 

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ReSharper now supports VB.NET

This may not be news to everyone, but ReSharper now supports VB.NET. Without starting a flame war about which language is better, I just want to let all the VB.NET developers out there that read this to understand that this … Continue reading 

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Oklahoma City Developers Group Code Camp

Anyone in the Oklahoma City area on July 28th should check out the OCDG Code Camp.  The group has a lunch meeting and evening meeting every month.  The group’s website is here.  The code camp website is here. The agenda … Continue reading 

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Castle and Visual Studio integration

Hammet (Hamilton Verissimo), founder of the Castle Project (MonoRail, Windsor, ActiveRecord, etc.) just posted about a Castle Contrib project to help with highlighting of NVelocity language syntax in Visual Studio 2005. The post. The download from Castle Contrib. Hope this … Continue reading 

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