The last weeks down times on my blog (as if anybody would have noticed) is on the conscience of my crappy D-Link DI-624 brodband router. It resetted itself without telling me about it. I used to like D-Link produkts, but now it seems they lost track of quality.
If you’re a soccer fan this is a must. Go to this post, download the zip-file and drag n’ drop it into Outlook. Voila! All the games in your calender! Sweet!
In software today tighter release cycles seems to be the tune. To release something early to a targeted group and then continuous releasing updates, fixes and features in short cycles. Take Visual Studio for example that had beta 1, beta 2, RTM and Service Pack 1 targeted for release in the third quarter of 2006. […]
Nice little article if you wanna space out in using keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio .Net: Ask The Pros: Keyboard Bashing With The Pros
This is an issue that I been wondering about for years, why is there no intellisense for Sql code in Visual Studio (later version). I mean it’s an amazing tool with a lot of useful stuff in it. So how hard could it be… Ok, it’s easy to complain. Anyway, now there seems to be […]
Came across Jef Atwood’s post How Not to Give a Presentation today. Wich I got to say is both hilarious and truthful. Among the highligts is ”Begin by establishing how impressing you are”, ”Read every word on you slides” (reminds me of an old high school teacher I had) & ”Don’t take any questions”.