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DevJef,

Because of several reasons, I decided to move my blogs to another host. So, from now on my blogs can be found on my new blog: http://DevJef.wordpress.com/. Hope to see you there, or you're always free ...

Tim Murphy,

The evolution of an IT department is always something interesting to observe. The is especially the case when they move from small departmental IT groups to corporate level oversight. It is usually painful ...

arif,

Greeting to all. Just created an account with GeeksWithBlogs.net and configured Word 2010 as my blogging client of choice ...

jkrebsbach,

Last week I pushed a new application up to production, and started hearing complaints of a memory leak. After running some diagnostics I learned two exciting things: http://bugs.jqueryui.com/ti... ...

Abhijeet Patel,

This is part 2 of a 2 part series exploring the MEF.We covered some of the basics in Part 1 In this part we'll cover the following: Catalogs Recomposition Export Providers Catalogs: Catalogs provide one ...

JoshReuben,

· For the last decade, the majority of my dev work has leveraged the .NET Framework for construction of information systems. However, my interest has lain in numerical computing. · Is it possible to have ...

Robz / Fervent Coder,

DropkicK (DK) has been in development for over two years and has been used for production deployments for over a year. Dru Sellers originally posted about DK back in 2009. While DK isn’t yet as super easy ...

simonc,

Although the collections classes introduced in .NET 2, 3.5 and 4 cover most scenarios, there are still some .NET 1 collections that don't have generic counterparts. In this post, I'll be examining what ...