Monthly Archives: November 2004

Pure Pwnage

If you have ever played network or online games on your PC, XBox or PS2, you might be familiar with the term “owning” a player (or “pwning” in l33t-speak). The site Pure Pwnage hosts videos of the pro-gamer Jeremy and … Continue reading

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Printing directly from Internet Explorer without print dialog

Up until today I always thought that it was impossible to print directly (or silently) from a web page in Internet Explorer. The argument of losing control as to what you want to print seemed plausible. But I found out … Continue reading

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Microsoft training materials online

Today I was pointed to the location of the MSDN Academic Alliance by Gerwin, one of my students on this week’s ADO.NET course. I had no idea this site existed, but seems to provide a lot of materials for self-study. Be … Continue reading

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Some more details on Killer-Blog

Yesterday I updated Killer-Blog, so the original feeds from dasBlog are compatible again. This means that you should be reading this mail from your favorite rss-aggregator, without any updates to the syndication URL.What are some unique features of Killer-Blog, that … Continue reading

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Switch made to KillerBlog

Finally: I made the transition to my own blogging engine: KillerBlog. Let me now what you think of it. Apologies for any inconveniences (for example with RSS readers) caused by the move. Hopefully I won’t have to cause that often.

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Limitations of VS.NET Web Setup project PLUS workaround(s)

Most of the ASP.NET web applications that I’ve developed where built on Windows XP and deployed manually. Recently I used the Web Setup project in VS.NET 2003 to create an Windows Installer .msi file and deploy an ASP.NET SAP front-end to a … Continue reading

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A corny joke

This joke is just too bad for words. Only read on friday afternoon, when you are feeling totally lame.Q: “Why did the multi-threaded chicken cross the road?” A: “Other the to get side to.”A: “Side to to the get other.”A: “To … Continue reading

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