Monthly Archives: October 2004

Integration Application Blocks Help into Visual Studio .NET 2003

The Microsoft Application Blocks (MAB) have documentation included in their respective docs folder at the installation directory. I’ve always thought it was a pitty that you did not have integrated help from the Visual Studio .NET environment. Well, it is … Continue reading

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New beta for NDoc available

The Open Source project NDoc has released a second beta for the 1.3 release of their documenting tool for Visual Studio .NET XML comment files. The beta can be downloaded from the NDoc websitehere.The new release features (amongst others) the … Continue reading

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.NET support for Lego MindStorms

The .NET support for developing on Lego MindStorms continues to grow. Even the university of Potsdam, Germany is working on the subject and have released their first version of Lego.NET. See more interesting stuff from the Operating Systems and Middleware group … Continue reading

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More COM+ security mysteries

Continuing with the quest for the workings of COM+ and security from this posting, I now stumbled on something else.Consider this scenario: you have a web-based IIS-hosted front-end to your distributed application. The middle tier is hosted on a different … Continue reading

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