Monthly Archives: January 2007

Reflector fun with System.Web assembly

Earlier this week I gave an Advanced ASP.NET 2.0 for Class-A. The course takes a deep dive into the various services of ASP.NET 2.0. During the preparation for this course I took Reflector for a spin and checked the internals … Continue reading

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Bitslapping contest : LX vs Compile on Test integration in VS2005

Round 3: LX on offense, compile still recovering See the previous rounds (1a, 1b, 2a, 2b) in this bitslap. Dennis is pretty harsh on not giving me any points for great punches. The way he talks he can sell a refrigerator to … Continue reading

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Fun with Microsoft Speech

The other day my friend Remco and I were working on the Ventrilo protocol and had need for a little laugh. The Ventrilo client uses the Text-To-Speech of Windows to speak out loud chat messages. Remco knew some funny things you could make … Continue reading

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Collection initializers revisited

Recently there has been a change in the syntax for collection initializers in C# 3.0. Charlie Calvert posted about it here. David Hayden reacts with a question on why you would want this, as it only seems more verbose. Well, here … Continue reading

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Tag, you’re it. Quitsies, no anti-quitsies, no startsies. Double stamped it. Touch blue make it true.

The blog tagging game is still going on. With all the big names and blog-gurus tagged, eventually the less known/unknown ones had to be reached. And because Dennis, who tagged me, can’t count really well (tagging 8 instead of 5 people) … Continue reading

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Certificate Revocation Lists and Internet Information Server 5.x

Internet Information Server 5.0 and 5.1 behave a little different than IIS 6.0 and 7.0 when you work with client certificates. If you followed the instructions to install a server certificate on the web server and a client certificate in … Continue reading

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