IASA Tampa Chapter - October 2007 Meeting

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Earlier this month, I talked about the inaugural meeting for the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) Tampa Chapter, which was held last night (October 30th). We had about 20 people show up, mostly from the Tampa area. Tom Fuller kicked off the meeting by talking about... Read more

Nerd Test v2.0

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It’s only been 6 months since I took the first version of the Nerd Test… NerdTests.com says I’m a Dorky Nerd King! What are you? Quick Fun Facts (so far): 177255 unique people have taken this test. 44.8% of test takers are gals, 53.1% are guys…the rest (2.1%)... Read more

Subtext and MySpace China

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Phil and Steve beat me to announcing, but Phil has officially confirmed that MySpace China is using a modified version of Subtext for it’s blogging engine. This is incredible news as MySpace China gets around 100 million page views, of which... Read more

Windows Live UI Identity Crisis

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A few days after I talked about the Windows Live Spaces URL Confusion, the guys at LiveSide.net talked about a related issue. Apparently, their issue stemmed from a post on Windows Live Wire announcing that Windows Live Home has been officially released. Their complaint? The lack... Read more

Hyperlink your source code

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If you’re diligent about putting meaningful comments in your source code (and if you’re not, you should be!) you have probably wanted the ability to have a comment link to another method or another area of code. Using XML comments, it is relatively easy to link to other code elements... Read more