Long time no blog. Just a post to confirm I'm alive!
Blogging infrequently! Tsk Tsk. Breaking one of the cardinal rules of blogging.Anyway, just a quick blog so all my readers know I am in fact still alive.
More soon, promise.
Bill should enjoy this.
From Tom Raftery
O'Reilly wants to own 'Web 2.0'
Tom, Just call it Web 2.0 SP1.
Is everybody in the world going to be a programmer?Visual Studio 2005 advertised on Sky News!What in the name of blue blazes?
In reference to my earlier post, I'm happy to report: he's back. With a bang.
I came accross this pretty cool tool for .NET that lets you build Shell extensions for Windows explorer amongst other things.I found it fairly straightforward. By following the online help and looking at the samples provided I managed to knock out my own shell extension in next to no time.It works quite nicely in Visual Studio 2003 and also supports VS 2005 / .NET 2.0.I can feel a major new app coming on!Check it out at http://www.ssware.com/ezshell/ezshell.htm
Bloggers: Check out http://www.ssware.com/bloggers.htm
Via Ryan Farley
Like Ryan, I didn't just post this for the free software. This actually fills a real need!
I first discovered blogs, bloggers & blogging when I stumbled accross caustic tech, probably about the time I read my first Joel on Software piece about Microsoft losing the API War etc.I thought Phil's blog was fantastic. By my calculation its now 213 days since Phil's last blog. 213 days in which blogging in general has exploded.
Good and all as dasBlog is, I’m a rich client guy at heart, but not rich
Hence, I’m giving BlogJet a spin.
UPDATE: It’s good.
I'm always glad to help out a fellow traveller so here's something well worth checking out for .NET developers who want to give their apps that professional look and feel.
The Krypton Toolkit has been released.It provides user interface controls for Windows Forms.It is targeted at Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0It is free for commercial use.
To get your copy why not check out:http://www.componentfactory.com/downloads.php
Bloggers, pass on the word too.http://www.componentfactory.com/blogoffer.phpI'll definitely be considering Krypton for the .NET Release of PSQ
So, Joel, Dare, Don, MikeG and more are revolting against Web 2.0.Complain, moan
Well, my company is shipping 1.30 R8 of our main app. At this rate we won't get to 2.0 for another 10 years.
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