Today I downloaded FxCop for the first time (yes, I know I should have done this a long time ago). Not bothering to read any documentation, »


We just finished switching from Microsoft Visual Source Safe to Subversion and wow! what a difference! The TortoiseSVN interface for Subversion integrates right into Windows Explorer. »

the web, unfurled

Blogging is pretty cool, but recently Richard from Developer Express introduced to another interesting (and very similar) concept: Furling. It’s a pretty neat idea. I »

Automated Testing

My company is about to dive into the world of automated testing. The first guinea-pig for automation is a project I happen to be managing. Unfortunately, »

Got Customers?

I just got yet another “last issue” of the JDJ, which is touted as “The World’s #1 Java Resource”.  This is my third “last issue” »

Finally excited about Pascal again!

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Lutz Roeder's .NET Reflector

After reading an MSDN article titled Ten Must-Have Tools Every Developer Should Download Now, I decided to check out Lutz Roeder’s .NET Reflector. I must »



This weekend I went to see Hero. From the website: “Hero is the story of the soon-to-be First Emperor of China who is on the brink »


Going Meta, Going Modular

I’m reviewing the design of a small project which I have recently inherited. Despite the project’s size, the problems are large numerous: The clients »


I am not a very patient person. It’s something I work on — trying to be more patient with others. Having such young siblings helps. Still; »

The Pragmatic Programmer

I just finished reading The Pragmatic Programmer (links on my Furl) and have nothing but good things to say about it. This is more than just »

XML Class

Tuesday of next week I will be giving a two hour introductory class on XML. I’ve used XML a lot over the years, but have »