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  • Windows 8 – A First Glimpse

    Windows 7 hasn't even been released (Currently RC1) and there is already buzz about Windows 8.  Of course I know that in terms of development Windows 7 is in it’s stabilization phase so naturally the kernel team and perhaps even some others have started on the next generation of Windows software.  I have spent a lot of time on MSDN’s Channel
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 04-24-2009
  • Taxed Enough Already (TEA) Party Protests & My Idea for Personal Retirement Accounts

    One of the headlines on my news feed came across about anti-tax ‘tea parties’ being held across the U.S. These demonstrations are a form of protest to wasteful government spending. I was quite disappointed that the article included a blurb that in my opinion threatened the neutrality of the article. The paragraph stated that this event “
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 04-15-2009
  • I am Certifiable!

    It may come as no surprise to those who know me that I have recently confirmed that I am certifiable!  After all, when you have been doing what I do for as long as I have been doing it it’s hard not to be affected.  It happens to a very large number of people in my field and that number continues to grow. Although I have been certified before
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 04-10-2009
  • 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-the-less. Exception Handling in C# In terms of
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (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 you are not yet running this software, you should
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 02-26-2009
  • 6 Things I Bet You Didn't Know About Data Binding in WPF

    I fell in love with WPF the first time I saw it in action! WPF is a thing of pure beauty! Anyway, from the second I saw how the data binding worked I knew that there was going to be a lot to figure out there! It also seems as though there is no real data binding expert -- or the experts don't blog too much about it. I created my XAML Cheat Sheet shortly
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 01-21-2009
  • 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 delegate IntMathExpression ( int x, int y); public
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 01-20-2009
  • Booing the Former President on Inauguration Day Shows Very Poor Taste!

    There are things that people do that are in poor taste. Some things that come to mind is scavenging at the dump (yeah, I saw this guy do that one time), yelling at the waitress for onions on your burger, or leaving the lavatory without property sanitizing your hands. If you do any of those things you are likely guilty of poor taste. Now, I don't really
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 01-20-2009
  • Time is running out to download Windows 7 Beta

    There have been a lot of buzz around Windows 7 lately. Most people plan to migrate from XP straight to Windows 7, skipping Vista altogether! Personally I have really liked Vista. The only real issue I had is it wouldn't run a really old game that I used to play on Windows XP. Considering the game was developed for Windows 98 I am pretty impressed it
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 01-14-2009
  • Silverlight 3 Announced

    This announcement on Scott Gu's blog touts the success of the launch of Silverlight 2.0 and announces Silverlight 3.0. Out of the success stories noted on the blog one of the coolest applications is the new Netflix player! Having worked only a little in Silverlight but a lot in WPF I have been very disappointed with the lack of databinding in Silverlight
    Posted to Nate's Stuff (Weblog) by Nathan Zaugg on 12-18-2008
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