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  • the first things you do after a new install of Windows are...

    - win configuration (look&feel) ...
    - install drivers + windows update
    - install software

  • How many hours do you spend infront of a computer screen?

    Angus wrote:
    On a weekday when I have to go to school it is usually 5 - 6 hours per day; at the weekend that can go from anything from 10 hours to over 24 hours, this depends on what I am doing.

    Angus Higgins
    exactly same Smiley

  • hahaha, sad (Visual Studio 2005 strange behavior)

    PeterF wrote:
    Good find, I hope you have better luck in trying to get zero bugs in your "Spartacus XR001 (What's New Reader)" application.

    I hope you will eventually find a suitable workaround so you can continue developing your application.

    Peter

    hey, don't look at subject, i don't know why i choose it, i love Visual Studio, its all what i need in my work, i just don't understand if that is a bug or not, its not seriously but is something.

  • What if i were in place of Bill Gates?

    i would... hard even to think, 

    - build a secret lab to test and develop new hardware for "our" software.
    - create new research centers.
    - leave mouse/keyboard manufacturing line.
    - make MS Press books, and other learning resources available for "free free" for students that are working with MS Tech.
    - more feedback from customers.
    - new quality standards
    - a interview with Anders Hejlsberg Smiley
    - more multimedia/contracts with ~, more game studios/games
    - make some donations (from MS) to schools
    - keep doing what i'm doing (if i am Bill Gates), improving software, make a better world

  • Going to get a small server

    jazzman007 wrote:
    W3bbo wrote:
    Check out the "Action Pack" license, it's dirt cheap.

    Isn't the Action Pack intended for internal use only? As a home user/independant developer, you couldn't deploy a web app publicly, could you?

    My server is an Athlon Thunderbird 1.4GHz with 768MB RAM. It runs Server 2003, Sql Express, Exchange 2003, Active Directory, DNS, IIS (Community Server 2.0, Vault, & OnTime), and internal file sharing. It longs for more memory...if you're going to splurge on any single component, get lots of RAM....


    DNS, why?

  • When is Vista supposed to RTM?

    Xaero_Vincent wrote:
    What does RTM stand for?

    I googled it and I just got "read the manual". So that didn't make any sense to me.


    Regards,
    Vincent
    search again: http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLD,GGLD:2006-09,GGLD:en&q=wikipedia%3ARTM

  • hahaha, sad (Visual Studio 2005 strange behavior)

    yes, output assembly name is the problem here, i don't understand why Visual Studio can compile sources with any name and generate "x's app.exe" but it can't run it?

  • Channel 9 Feature Request

    rhm wrote:
    Another almost as simple option is to generate a uuid when you serve the comment form, include it as a hidden field and add it to the comment record in the database. During the postback, check to see if that uuid has already been added (either manually or by putting a unique constraint on that field of the table). Simpler than comparing the text of the comment anyway


    a hash

  • hahaha, sad (Visual Studio 2005 strange behavior)

    OK, sorry:

    1. Open Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition
    2. New C# Windows Application, Ctrl+Sft+N
    3. Name new project: "x's app", path: F:\Projects (.NET), press ENTER.
    4. Project successfully created. Build OK, F6
    5. Run Project, F5:

    > Error while trying to run project: Could not load file or assembly "x's app" or one of its dependencies. The given assembly name or codebas was invalid. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131047)

    6. Run program from: F:\Projects (.NET)\x's app\x's app\bin\Debug\x's app.exe, OK

    now clear enought?

  • Channel 9 Feature Request

    when post a new message check for similarities in curent post or other posts, this will avoid problems like when we press 2-time on post button or repetition of same post on different forums, or post a questions that already someone posted in past,

    its simple, why C9 don't have this feature?