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  • Weekly .NET Newbie Podcasts

    Coding Blocks According to their website, the creators wanted to give back to the community through their podcast. They created a listenable format for people to learn from one another and to share what they have experienced as real life problem solvers. Available on iTunes, Stitcher, and a bunch of...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 03-19-2017
  • Goodbye .NET Reflector, Hello ILSpy!

    I am one of those that was quite upset about the announcement from RedGate that .NET Reflector would no longer be free.  Particularly since it was given to them for free and they have only mucked things up from the original.  It was also my understanding that one of the conditions under which...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 05-25-2011
  • C Sharp Query: A replacement for SQL Server Full Text Search

    A short time ago I was working on a project using SQL Server Full Text Search. This was my first real deep exposure to the engine and it worked pretty well. However, for the project I was working on there were some very serious problems that I was never able to overcome. Try as I might to tweak SQL Server...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 07-22-2009
  • Exception Handling Philosophy

    It's time for another episode of Good Idea / Bad Idea: Good Idea! Catching a specific exception from a suspect numeric conversion and showing a polite input error message. Bad Idea! Catching all exceptions and "swallowing" the exception. Okay, so it's not as funny as it is on Animaniacs , but true none...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 03-23-2009
  • Visual NDepend Blows My Socks Off!

    I’m not easily impressed by even the best of software.  There is usually some little thing that ruins my user experience.  I tell you this so you know that what I say next is something special.  Visual NDepend is AWESOME!  Everything meet or far exceeded my expectations!  If...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 02-26-2009
  • Understanding Lambda Expressions

    This post has been sitting in my drafts for months! Because my friend Phil just posted his post on Lambda Expressions I'll simply link to his post and present the rest of this as supplemental examples. // Delegates // My Blog Engine is having trouble showing these so there may be some extra spaces public...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 01-20-2009
  • Singularity 2.0 RDK Now Available!

    Singularity is a Managed operating system started by Microsoft Research. It's last version 1.1 target the .NET 1.1 framework and was a very fast OS (if not all that functional). The latest version supports the 2.0 framework, 64-bit processing, additions to the Bartok (MSIL-to-native) compiler, and updates...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 11-17-2008
  • Routed Event Code Snippet

    I find it really strange that there are code snippets for Dependency Properties but not Routed Events! Routed Events allow events to tunnel (preview) events up a visual tree and bubble them back down the visual tree. Any control along the tree can subscribe to these events and handle them. You can also...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 10-15-2008
  • Silverlight 2 Released!

    Silverlight 2 has been released and boasts many new features. Silverlight is a cross-platform RIA (Rich Internet Applications) platform designed to enhance the web experience. Silverlight allows developers to use a familiar set of tools and technologies to deploy functionality via the web. Silverlight...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 10-15-2008
  • Ink in WPF -- Using TextInputPanel for Text Input

    WPF has built-in controls for ink, but is missing much of the API that is available in the TabletPC SDK 1.7. As a result, unless you are doing the most basic and mundane ink you will be required to use this library. One of those basic things that are missing is the ability to open the TextInputPanel...
    Posted to Weblog by Nathan Zaugg on 10-01-2008
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