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Here are some useful links I found to help me along: Download RC1http://www.microsoft.com... Windows PowerShell RC1 Documentation Packhttp://www.microsoft.co... Official Sitehttp://www.microsoft.co... MSDN Docs: http://windowssdk.msdn.micr... How ......

I needed a RepeaterTester for NUnitAsp, had a search on the net and didn’t find anything of real value so I checked out the latest NUnitAsp from source forge and looks like someone’s been busy. The current release is 1.5.1 and we (at work) don’t really want to start using a minor version as its more likely to change. So I've taken ......

Microsoft states WSE 2 SP3 is supported with .Net 2.0. You don’t get the IDE integration so it’s a bit messy wiring it all up. They recommended you use WSE 3 so unless you really have to use WSE2 I wouldn’t suggest it. In my case I have a bunch of existing security code (custom security tokens, custom token services etc) in WSE 2. ......

Just so I dont forget this. Build your tasks as required then drop (or copy on a post build) the dll and pdb that have your custom tasks into c:\Program Files\nant\bin, you can then set the project properties for debugging in Visual studio to start nant with the appropriate command line args and working directory.

I was reading an MSND Mag article the other day and noticed this nifty non-recursive traversal algorithm (you what?). I’ve worked on a fairly large web apps before that used recursion quite a bit, not only in the database where SQL trees were common but also in the site structure which, in this case, was a hierarchal structure of nodes. This particular ......

Well I guess this will be the first thing to sort out. Looks like Brad Abrams has some answers: http://blogs.msdn.com/brada... The marco at this site is useful is you don't mind the html produced by word http://www.addressof.com/bl... This site has a nifty online converter http://www.manoli.net/cshar... ......

Check out the latest dot net rocks show, its a great overview of TTD. The whole red-green-refactor approach to development is really neat. I wish the project I'm currently on was build using this approach. We do use a somewhat agile approach but it's nowhere near the full blown agile with TTD approach. In our next phase were going to be looking into ......

Just got an 4G iPod nano today so I can listen to podcasts and (obviously) music. I had this crap Sony mp3 player that I got free from work… man was that crap. Not bad for just music but for podcasts it sucked. One of the sweet things about the iPod Nano (not sure about the other iPods) is the audiobook feature. The nano can recognize the .m4b ......

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