Monthly Archives: February 2004

More info for attendees of Blogging Application training

I promised the attendees of the training of last thursday to provide some extra information on ADO.NET ObjectSpaces. Here are some extra hyperlinks to get you started:ObjectMapper Utility and Object Persistence SampleProfessional Developer Conference 2003 Sessions and PowerPointsGetting Started with … Continue reading

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Next column article finished

After a very busy period, I was able to finish the next installment on my Dutch MSDN column. It discusses four options in the .NET Framework to do multithreading. The four techniques discussed are:Thread classThreadPool classAsynchronous invocation on delegatesAsynchronous design … Continue reading

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Last thursday mega-training day

Note: if you are looking for the source code of the Whidbey blogging application, scroll to the end of this entry.We just couldn’t have picked a better worse day. Totalling up to a whopping 750 kilometers of traffic jam in … Continue reading

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More Pixar magic

Now that Nemo has been found (see below) Pixar is working on a new movie “The Incredibles“, featuring an elderly superhero. View the teaser trailer here. From Edward de Leau‘s weblog.

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All your base are belong to us

We (Jeroen Hartsuiker and I) took a five minute break (well, actually it turned out to be more than five minutes) from preparing our presentation for tomorrow, because I had to call a customer of Twice IT. In the meantime … Continue reading

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Thursday blog application day

This thursday (February 26th) Jeroen Hartsuiker (a colleague of mine) and myself will be hosting the free one-day training for Twice IT Training. During that day we explain a lot about blogging applications and the .NET Framework Whidbey. We will … Continue reading

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Assembly resources revisited

In a previous post I mentioned I had built an .NET 1.1 implementation of the assembly resources, as they will appear in the Whidbey framework, for the Van Loon company. It seems only fair that I put the code up … Continue reading

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Object Spaces programming model for an ASP.NET scenario

I just posted these questions on the microsoft.public.objectspaces newsgroup: Lately, I’ve been wondering what the preferred or best programming model for OS is, in an ASP.NET scenario. By this I mean: how would you program with ObjectSpace or ObjectSet objects in a … Continue reading

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Pityful me: 100 hits reached

Well, go ahead and laugh all you want: today was the first day my blog got more than 100 hits (103 at the time of this post). I wonder how many hits a guy like Rory Blyth gets a day, … Continue reading

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Dutch .NET bloggers united in OPML

Paul Gielens has created this OPML list of Dutch .NET developers/bloggers, which I mentioned in an earlier post. If you are not on the list (and think you should be), contact Paul at his blog.

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