Monthly Archives: June 2004

It’s a girl: Lieke!

Today (yesterday, 28th of June actually) at 20.25 a new world citizen is born. She is called Lieke Thissen, and of course, she’s is the most beautiful baby in the world. See how Lieke’s mom and dad are happy with … Continue reading

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Final phase reached

The project manager of “Witnie”, Nicole, has indicated that we may have moved into the final phase and might be starting an actual deployment scenario within hours. More on this later.

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Killer-Blog development steadily progressing

It’s been kind of quiet lately. I’ve spent some more time developing some features on the 0.1 version of Killer-Blog. Theming/skinning are implemented (so far I’ve only done css theming, not the ascx style skinning such as .Text does it) … Continue reading

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I’ll be there (provided that…)

Finally, I can go to the TechEd Europe 2004. I’ve done my registration.Now I only have to make sure that project “Witnie” will not be released in that week, but preferably the week before or after 😉Maybe some of the … Continue reading

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Storm at Zakynthos

September of last year, Nicole and I were spending our holidays in Zakynthos, a Greek island. We were also diving there. The third day that we were there, a big tornado/hurricane (whatever the appropriate meteorological term) hit the diving school. Since … Continue reading

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Must-have developer tools for Internet Explorer

I’ve been using the Web Developer Accessories since version 5.0 of Internet Explorer. They are very useful. The most used feature is the extra context menu option called “View partial source”. It will provide you with the almost exact source … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2000 best practices

The Best Practices Analyzer for SQL Server 2000 has been released. Check your databases for malpractices.Through Kimberly Tripp‘s (the SQL Server guru) weblog.

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