Tamir Gal has a Secure Shell (SSH) library for .Net. What is SSH you ask?
SSH is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged using a
secure channel between two networked devices
SharpSSH allows you to read/write data and transfer files over SSH channels using an API similar to
David Veeneman wrote a neat little console application that will
convert RGB colors to HLS (Hue-Luminance-Saturation) or HSB (Hue-Saturation-Brightness) over at Code Project.
One of the neat things David also did was show off using IValueConverter as well to do some of the conversion for you.…
We've talked in the past about debugging your application but if you can't attach a debugger to your website,
why not use the ASP.Net Tracing? This acts very much like a Debug.WriteLine in a Windows application but instead you do
Since this does have some memory ramifications,…
Jimmy Schementi posted about his talk at RubyConf 2009 and talked about embedding IronRuby in another program. His goals were:
2D rendering surface with simple primitive shapes Simple animation support – callbacks for each frame and each object on the canvas
User-loadable “macros” for drawing…
Reading a post by Phil Haack, I learned about a neat technology called LESS that helps reduce the amount of CSS and duplicated code you have to create. It was
originally a Ruby Gem but now has a .Net port called .Less which can be found at
It lets you do some amazing things…
Tired of having a computer with no sensors? We've created a
parallax windows 7 sensor driver with source code so you can create your own!
The sensor device we made here is a Passive-Infrared Sensor. So basically it is a motion sensor. The board used in the white paper is the Parallax “BASIC…
Adam Kinney created a fun example squishing bugs to show off Silverlight 4.0's webcam support. He created simple motion detection using a diff
calculation on multiple threads to figure out where his finger was to smooth the bugs! Here is a video showing off the project.
If you want to…
Joel Ivory Johnson created a rather functional program for his Zune HD.
Joel created a bubble level based on the accelerometer in the Zune HD to get the tilt of the device. From that data and
everyone's favorite theorem, he created a bubble level!
Joel also explains the math needed for doing…