Monthly Archives: February 2008

Mole Project – A Debugger for Visual Studio

Mole – Debugging App for Visual Studio I heard about this on the Polymorphic Podcast when Craig interviewed Josh Smith about the Mole Project. Looks to be a sweet add-on for the serious Visual Studio developer – with support for … Continue reading

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Live Mail / Hotmail is Back!

Live Mail / Hotmail Access Restored! Finally, I’m back online with my Live mail account.  For those none Live/Hotmail users, there was a slight hiccup in the matrix that took Hotmail/Live mail offline this week.  By midweek, reports were that … Continue reading

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Hyper-V

Win2k8 RTM + Hyper-V Pre-Release = ALMOST Well, we’re ALMOST there…Windows Server 2008 has RTM’d and is ALMOST available to market.  Reading through the fine print online, it seems that Hyper-V is included on the disc, well…ALMOST…it’s a pre-release version … Continue reading

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Microsoft DreamSpark

Microsoft DreamSpark – FREE is GOOD! "Free is good!" is one of my favorite sayings, and now it looks like Microsoft is adding another notch in their freedom and goodness belt with the announcement of Microsoft Dreamspark.  This program is … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye to all those CDs and DVDs

Say Goodbye to all those CDs and DVDs I used to schlep a couple of CD-holders around in my laptop bag all the time.  Back in the good old days you never knew when you were going to be prompted … Continue reading

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Configuring the Dell XPS M1730 Laptop

Configuring the Dell XPS M1730 Laptop So far so good with the new laptop.  I broke the RAID mirroring between the two 200Gig hard drives and installed Vista x64 Ultimate.  Since this blows away all of the drivers and other … Continue reading

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Ultimate Developer Laptop

Ultimate Developer Laptop Like any developer/IT pro, my schedule is nowhere close to the mythical 9-5.  I have to put out the fires, keep up with the never-ending onslaught of email, research current and upcoming technologies, keep the servers patched … Continue reading

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