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Vongo Back on 64-bit

Vongo has published an update to it's client software that works on 64-bit Vista again.  Apparently, this was a hot topic based on the number of views and comments I got on my post Vongo is a Mess.

You can get the updated software from Vongo's home page.

Posted On Wednesday, December 19, 2007 1:25 PM

Do You Use a Web Component Suite?

We're considering purchasing a component suite for web development to spice up our interface and make the UI side if things a little faster.

My question is, have any of you used any of these suites and what was your experience?

The ones we are looking at are telerik, ComponentArt and ComponentOne.

Posted On Wednesday, December 5, 2007 7:49 AM

So Geek Bloggers, Anything Happen Today?
Visual Studio 2008 To Come Next Week (Or so...) Get your RTM here! Rumor: VS2008 bits on MSDN VS2008 Bits Technorati VS2008 RTM: Confirmed Visual Web Developer Express 2008 RTM Get your download engine running, VS/TFS 2008 is now available on MSDN! VS2008, .NET 3.5, and 2008 Express versions released today -- Scott Guthrie Silverlight 1.1 NOTE! VS2008 Released! RTM Confusion Visual Studio 2008 Released Oh, and maybe someone should drop these guys an e-mail and let them know the beta is over. .NET ......

Posted On Monday, November 19, 2007 3:43 PM

Windows Live Installer x64 is Back
With the latest release of Windows Live Installer you can now install all the Windows Live applications to 64 bit versions of Windows again. Thank goodness. Update: This is for Vista x64 only. Not XP or server versions of Windows ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 6, 2007 7:49 AM

TargetProcess 2.6
If you are using agile development at all, you need to check out TargetProcess. I have used several different tools for project management and this is the one I keep coming back too. Yes, even you FogCreek lovers should check it out. Version 2.6 is dropping and it includes Visual SourceSafe integration and a new customizable dashboard. Version 2.7 should be out sometime around January and I've been told it will have some new features centered around messaging and blogging. A feature that disappeared ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 3, 2007 10:02 AM

Windows Live x64 Update - Microsoft Support
Hello Scott, Thank you for writing to Windows Live Beta Technical Support. My name is Tom and I will be addressing your concerns with installing Windows Live Writer on a 64 Bit System. I have contacted the product team about this issue and they have provided the following response: We are working diligently on providing Vista x64-bit support. As stated in the release notes we are not supporting any 64-bit installations for this beta release, but this has always been in our plans for the final release. ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 12, 2007 1:16 AM

Michael Robertson vs Microsoft - Take 2
Michael Robertson will not give up his fight against Microsoft. Remember back when he took on Windows by creating a more "Windows friendly" version of Linux called Lindows, got sued, and changed the name to Linspire? Well, now he is taking them on with an entirely web based OS. And I guess there must be a really attractive lawyer on the Microsoft team he is just dying to see again, because he is calling it ajaxWindows. Microsoft must be his ultimate target. This is from Michael's Minute announcement: ......

Posted On Monday, September 10, 2007 12:29 PM

New Windows Live Installer Doesn't Work on Vista x64
I just rebuilt one of my machines to run the 64 bit version of Windows Vista. When I tried to install Live Writer I needed to use the new single installer package released last week. Well, it doesn't work on x64. I sent an e-mail to Microsoft, and they said a lot of people have reported the problem and they are working on it. They gave me a work around but it just launched the same installer with different options, so it crapped out too. The odd thing is, all the individual packages should work on ......

Posted On Saturday, September 8, 2007 6:24 PM

Code Snippet Manager Missing

By default the Code Snippet Manager in Visual Studio 2005 should appear directly under the Tools menu.

This is the second install I have noticed that it wasn't there.  Not sure what the combination is that is keeping it from being there by default, but if this happens to you restoring it is simple.

  1. Go to Tools -> Customize
  2. Select the Commands tab
  3. Select Tools
  4. Drag the Code Snippets Manager.. from Command up to the Tools menu.

Posted On Thursday, August 30, 2007 3:30 AM

Linspire + Microsoft = Love
Is Linspire getting desperate? They just struck a deal with Microsoft to license code for Windows Live Messenger, Windows Media, and TrueType fonts. Okay, that seems like a good thing. But they agreed to make Live Search the default on their Linux based OS! Linspire has always billed itself as the super easy Linux distro for everyone. I guess they are going to find out if they can make in the mainstream market, because I just think they alienated a lot of Linux geeks, assuming they had some left. ......

Posted On Thursday, June 14, 2007 12:35 AM

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