Monthly Archives: May 2004

Stichting dotNed meeting May

The “Stichting dotNed” is having another “4th Thursday of the month” meeting. I received their newsletter today after I finally subscribed earlier this month (and got it twice now). Will any of you be there?The reason for this question is … Continue reading

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Failing demos, aargh

Yesterday I finished my four talks in two weeks tour. Well, it might not be as much as the big names do (Stephen Forte and Clemens Vasters, for example, seem to be speaking all over the world every other week. Someone … Continue reading

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ObjectPersistor code

Yesterday, during the MSDN Briefings in Zwolle I met with Walther Siksma of PS Business Support. He asked some interesting questions on object persistence and we spent some time talking and discussing on related topics. He mentioned ObjectPersistor to me. This free … Continue reading

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Cute cartoons turn evil

Don’t be mistaken by the cutesy look of these cartoons at Happy Tree Friends. They will turn evil within a few seconds. Good for a late afternoon chuckle. (Do NOT watch right after breakfast.)

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Victims of a Belgium virus

The past couple of days some people I know (names shall not be mentioned to protect the innocent) have become victim of a Belgium virus. I know some bloggers from Belgium may be reading this, and I hope I do … Continue reading

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Windows XP style without manifest

Just a quickie on the Windows XP style:The .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1 support Windows applications with Windows XP look. It will give this look to controls with the FlatStyle property set to System. To activate the Windows XP look … Continue reading

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Great games to play

As Frans Bouma shows us in his post, Gran Turismo 4 looks very good. I’m not that much of a racing game fanatic, but it is very enjoyable when played on a 2 by 1 meter screen (think beamer and … Continue reading

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