Monthly Archives: January 2004

Other types of annotations

Readers of my blog will know that I devised a datalayer that uses SqlXml annotations. But little did I know (I do remember seeing this a long time ago, but just vaguely), that you can also annotate the XSD of … Continue reading

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More than quite funny

Robert McLawrefers to a URL sent to him by one of his friends. I would call it more than just funny. Here’s the URL to a flash movie that illustrates why smoking kills (many innocent people). LOL.

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Bug in ADO.NET ObjectSpaces?

Yesterday (well, actually it was today, because it was from 23.30 till 1.30), I was working on my lunch presentation for the Developer Days 2004. Earlier that day I ran into a problem with the ObjectSpace class, trying to persist … Continue reading

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Very funny blog at neopoleon.com

Maybe I’m way too late in discovering his blog, but Rory of neopoleon.com is definitely a very funny read. Reading his post on data compression and Google searches makes you wonder how his mental health is, but anyway. His post … Continue reading

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Cool screensavers

If you are interested in a cool screensaver (presumably virus-free), you should go to 3Planesoft and check out their creations. Especially the Lord of the Rings screensaver is very worth the download.

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Some more things for KillerBlog

For my KillerBlog implementation I created a LoginStatus control, just like the one in ASP.NET Whidbey. It might make a nice tutorial if you have never created any custom controls. I’ve included the .cs file as an attachment. You will … Continue reading

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Pingback all done

Last night I implemented the Pingback API on KillerBlog. Pingback uses XML-RPC instead of SOAP. XML-RPC is a platform-independent simpler version of SOAP. For the implementation, I walked the same road as dasBlog and .Text by using CookComputing’s XML-RPC.NET assembly. … Continue reading

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