Browsing Posts published in April, 2008

DevTeach is happening May 12-16, 2008, this time in Toronto, Canada. DevTeach is a fantastic conference and that’s not because I’m speaking there or organizing the Agile Track – though those are good reasons too. Just take a look at the line-up of internationally known speakers. Attendance is purposely capped in the hundreds to encourage […]

This morning I was getting ready to record a screencast about ReSharper 4 EAP. To make it easier for people to follow along, I launched Roy Osherove’s excellent utility, Keyboard Jedi. Rather than the expected result, this friendly dialog box greeted me: Living La Vida x64 My main development machine is running Vista x64. I’ve […]

Earlier today, an unknown hacker exploited a security vulnerability in ScrewTurn Wiki and replaced the altnetpedia site with pron links. I have restored the site and upgraded to the latest version of ScrewTurn, which is v2.0.30. (We were running v2.0.21 and the vulnerability was fixed in v2.0.24.) My bad for not keeping the site updated […]