Browsing Posts published in January, 2005

Enterprise Library has been released. Get it while it’s hot! At a high-level, Enterprise Library bundles together Microsoft’s best Application Blocks in one integrated, easily installable package. If you’re using App Blocks in your applications, you really should download and take a look at what Enterprise Library has to offer. Download it from the Enterprise […]

Chris Sells has released SolFx for Nov. ’04 Avalon CTP bits. Yours truly wrote the underlying Solitaire engine that Chris’ code uses. (Yes, I do strange things “for fun”.) Great work, Chris, on creating a scalable version of Solitaire! Now we just have to take a look and see if we can reduce the memory usage.

FireFox is a great browser, but many people like me are wedded to IE whether we like it or not. Too many websites are only tested on IE, especially corporate intranets. So what to do when you want modern browser features like tab browsing, ad blocking, etc., but aren’t prepared to dump IE as your […]

Microsoft has entered the antispyware fray with a surprisingly named product – Microsoft AntiSpyware – which is currently in beta. (After the Microsoft Bob fiasco, Microsoft has gotten a lot better at naming its products – even if the names are a tad obvious. Hmmmm… I wonder what Microsoft Content Management Server does???) Anyway Microsoft acquired […]