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micklang

micklang micklang

Niner since 2007

  • Workflow Monitor SDK tool demo

    Why does www.windowsworkflow.net contain russian content?

    and....

    http://www.whois.net/whois_new.cgi?d=WindowsWorkflow.net&tld=net

    Registrant:
    Dmitriy Afraimovich

    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Domain Name: WINDOWSWORKFLOW.NET

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.NEO-DNS.RU
    NS2.NEO-DNS.RU

  • Peter Sestoft: Inside The C5 Generic Collection Library for C# and CLI

    The content of the video is excellent and interesting, but I had to laugh, at times it sounded like from the interviewer's perspective  it was going something like....

    Peter: <incomprehensible techy stuff>
    Interviewer: ...yea
    Peter: <incomprehensible techy stuff>
    Interviewer: ..sure
    Peter: <incomprehensible techy stuff>
    Interviewer: ..excellent
    Peter: <incomprehensible techy stuff>
    Interviewer: ..nice
    Peter: ..<incomprehensible techy stuff>
    Interviewer: ..wow


     

  • Peter Sestoft: Inside The C5 Generic Collection Library for C# and CLI

    Whilst the wording may be a little too strong for my liking, I do agree with the sentiment.  Many people still have download limits and slower connections. 

    I'm missing the .NET Show which I think did a much better job of delivering professional content.  I particularly enjoyed having multiple versions of the video, so that you could choose the quality.

    I think at least there should be a version which is playable on a mobile device.  With these videos that clearly isn't going to possible (processor wise).  This is particularly a problem for me as in the past I have watched videos on my windows mobile whilst commuting.

  • Jason Zander on the WinFX to .NET FX 3.0 rename

    I think the decision to provide no support for .NET 3.0 on Win2K is going to stop a lot of people from deploying it.  At our organisation, 60% of the organisation is not on XP (and there are no Vista boxes).  This basically means it will be very hard to deploy a .NET 3.0 here for at least another 2 or 3 years.