Monthly Archives: December 2004

Receiving UDP messages using UdpClient or Socket classes

Last week I started work on a logging tool for Half-Life based games. You can read more about it on this blog.Anyway, as part of this tool I need to receive UDP datagram packets over a network connection. There is … Continue reading

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Handy keyboard shortcuts (in case you don’t know already)

Talking to Jeroen Mak at Van Loon IT, we exchanged (yet again) some handy keyboard shortcuts. I assume you know most of these already, but in case you don’t: I thought you should hear these. I use them a LOT.ΓΏ + D: Show desktop and … Continue reading

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Enclosures in RSS feeds

It was Robert van Poelgeest who pointed me in this direction. He mentioned the feature of enclosure elements in RSS feeds. The element is a child element of in an RSS feed and is used for enclosing a related file accompanying … Continue reading

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Virtual marketing (in-game)

My company Killer-Apps has started to sponsor some clubs and people. One of the clubs is the local soccer club of the village Hedel I’m living in. This is partly conventional sponsoring, where I hand over some money to the … Continue reading

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Shamed to admit: bug fixed

You should be reading this in your aggregator again.Due to a stupid unfortunate bug, the description of postings (usually empty) took precedence over the body of the posting. Everythings fixed now (I hope).

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IntelliSense in Visual Studio .NET for Windows Scripting Files

Some time ago I spent some time on Windows Scripting Files (*.wsf files) and wrote an article on that. It’s in Dutch, but if you are interested, you can read it here.Anyway, what I did not include as part of … Continue reading

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