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No Fun Intended Shoo! You are debugging the crap outta me! November 2004 Entries
Well, three days late isn't so bad in the software world. Download the source and binaries. Let me know if you have any problems.

Posted On Thursday, November 18, 2004 8:36 AM

Hopefully, at some point, this will be an entire library of image processing functionality. Right now, though, it has the ability take a JPEG, GIF, or BMP and resize to the size you specify and the file output type of your choice: JPEG, GIF, or BMP. This really isn't complicated stuff. I think that I will add the ability to process other formats such as TIFFS in the next release and the ability add a visual waterwark. Again, these functions are not that difficult to implement but gaining the time ......

Posted On Monday, November 8, 2004 11:22 AM

Something a little different...
So, I am kinda bored with life since all I do is work and play with the kids so I am going to try something a little different. Every Monday I will give a little something back to the community (since the community has given me so much) by posting a little something open source. I know not everyone knows C# but I don't have time to do them in both C# and VB. Maybe I will switch hit week by week. Here is the schedule for November:11/8 - A simple component that can be used to resize images using System.Drawing.11/15 ......

Posted On Friday, November 5, 2004 9:21 AM

After Julie's public criticism of me, I decided to change the context of this message. If John can keep this group from falling back into a state of disarray, I will be his best friend.I opened my email yesterday and what should appear but a message from my local .NET User Group! Hallelujah! Anywhoooo, here is the guts of the message: Good afternoon, I just spoke to Geoff Snowman the Microsoft developer community champion, based in Maryland. Geoff is the presenter for the MSDN event at Regal - Knoxville ......

Posted On Thursday, November 4, 2004 12:49 PM

File Access Security and Mr. Whidbey
So....I played around with Whidbey's System.Security.AccessControl last night while watching the election results (GO BUSH!) roll in after reading this article. The MSDN article is good but naturally, it doesn't even scratch the surface. Since I am a Microsoft-only developer 99% of the time, I am glad to just see the existence of these classes. I say 'existence' for the simple fact that the classes are there doesn't mean they will be used and obviously, they are not needed for every application but ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 3, 2004 7:54 AM

Microsoft and .NET (by YAG)
Here is an interesting link in response to the claim that Microsoft doesn't eat their own dogfood when it comes to .NET and Winforms.

Microsoft and .NET

What we really need is a comprehensive list of EVERY commercial/open source application written in .NET. That might inspire some of us to use it more if you are not using it 100% of the time all ready.

Posted On Tuesday, November 2, 2004 8:25 AM

An Interesting ASP.NET 1.x Server Control
Dino Esposito has posted the code for a DetailsView server control like the one in Whidbey. Check it out here:

Posted On Monday, November 1, 2004 6:27 AM

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