Last week, the developer of APRS-SCS, John – KB2SCS announced that he was dropping all support for APRS-SCS, as it is written in VB6, which is no longer supported by “the boys from Redmond”, aka Microsoft. At that time, John put the source code up on his Web Site. I started to talk with John […]Continue reading APRS-SCS
I still have not gotten my deep thought post written, the brain just has not been into it (hey, the leg has been bothering me, so..) Anyway, I’ve been thinking about getting a new Laptop (the current ‘personal’ laptop is a PIII based unit…) I’ve heard some good things about Macbook pros laptops runing Vista […]Continue reading Not The Post but… Visual Studio on a Mac?
Recently, I’ve been working on what is probably the “Ultimate” legacy/Brownfield application. It’s a VERY important application for our business, or WAS, but the users are starting to find other ways to do their job. The problem is that the application in question is VERY hard to maintain, and management does not want to risk […]Continue reading AAArrrggghhh Legacy Code
can be found here: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Project/ProjectDirectory.aspx?TagName=Hotfix Hat Tip:Neno LojeContinue reading A central place for Visual Studio hot fixes
Jeremy Miller has (as usual) and interesting post on The need ALT.NET to supplement the traditional >NET leadership I can’t agree more. Right now, I think some of the best REAL WORLD developemnt stuff is coming out of ALT.NET. It seems Microsoft IS listening to a point (Unit tests in VS2008 etc) but…Continue reading ALT.NET Leadership to suppliment the traditional .NET leadership