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Chris Pietschmann CRPietschma​nn Chris Pietschmann
  • Channel9 Font

    What happened to the letter 'V'?

  • Code of new c9 site?

    PeterR wrote:
    hi


    i just explored the new design of channel9 and asked myself if you could release the source code


    i'm especially interested into the upper bar (niners online), how you made that



    thanks


    peter


    Below is a link to the JavaScript code for the "Niners Online" Slider Bar at the top of the site.

    http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=106196#106196

  • C9 "Niners Online" Slider Bar JavaScript Extract

    This is a simple extract of the functionality of the "Niners Online" JavaScript Slider Bar so that others could use it on their own site.

  • Code of new c9 site?

    W3bbo wrote:
    PeterR wrote: hi


    i just explored the new design of channel9 and asked myself if you could release the source code


    i'm especially interested into the upper bar (niners online), how you made that



    thanks


    peter


    C9 doesn't need to release any code for that, its all just a bunch of Javascript.


    Yes JavaScript is used to make the dynamic effects, but it's still ASP.NET code running on the server.

    I too am very interested in the code that was written for "Niners Online" bar and the "What we're watching" box on the main page. I assume you guys wrote it with ASP.NET 2.0 but could you just confirm that for me?

    You guys should put the source code for C9 in the Sandbox.

  • CBT-DB ~ Visual Studio 2005 Acronyms

    What is this?

  • IE 7 will stand alone!

    hrodnovar wrote:
    Why waste your time with IE? 
    i.e..... FireFox 1.0 is more secure, runs better, and works on WIN 2000, ME, 98, regular XP, and their bloody glorious XP sp2!!!

    I'm using FireFox now.  In 2000!

    The only thing that does NOT work in FireFox is MS's own MS Update and that's because THEY designed it that way just to boost their hit count for IE use.  I'm pretty sure, if you take this into account, FireFox would have a higher % share of the market.



    Actually NO, the reason Windows Update doesn't work in Firefox is because Firefox doesn't support ActiveX Components like IE does.

    It sounds a little like you're quite stale that Microsoft has released multiple versions of Windows over the last 10 years. Hey why don't we just all use Windows 3.1 forever... Or why use Windows at all? Just use DOS 1.0 (sarcasm)

  • Reboting Windows via a web page

    ah, yes, the infamous blue screen.

  • my project - Ione2

    This looks neat, but where can we get it? Better yet, where can we get the code?

  • Cure to CTP Madness now available on C9!

    figuerres wrote:


    I know I have "been there"  and it can be a scarey place.... Smiley

    I think part of learning to be a good dev is like the anti-drug thing...

    "Just say no" to some of the early builds unless you are ready to spend time in a "operating system rehab clinic" for a week.



    Yes, that can be true, but you don't need to worry about any of that if you use VirtualPC to run a seperate install over your main OS.

  • Cure to CTP Madness now available on C9!

    ZippyV wrote:
    Installations should NOT be dependent on the .net framework.


    If the product you are installing is dependant on the .NET Framework then Yes it should. Or, at least when installing it should install the framework if you don't have it.