Old Archives Back Online

I think I've got the old blogger-based archives back online, so that existing links to them should work. Can anybody do any additional checks and tell me if it works alright for you?

New NAnt Tasks

I've just uploaded a new set of NAnt tasks that you can use to enhance your NAnt-based buildscripts. The most useful one, imho, is NUnitReport. Check them out!

Moved to Movable Type

The basic move to Movable Type is done. The old archives are still offline and can't be accessed using the existing URLs, although all content has been succesfuly imported into MT. I hope to have this resolved soon.... (or at least some sort of solution implemented)

Sam Elected...

Sam: "I was just elected to the Apache Board of Directors.". Congratulations! A well deserved honor, imho....

Moving to Movable Type

I've been looking into improving my blogging system, but I certainly don't want to go all the way up to Radio (I really don't need it, nor do I like it's publishing system... but hey, that's just me!). After seeing Charles Cook looking into Movable Type, I decided to give...

Mail Server down

The server I use for mail, nicely maintained by Felix Kasza (the best postmaster around, mind you) seems to be completely unreachable from a large portion of the Net, apparently because of problems in the Sprint or Pair networks. So if anyone feels like they need to reach me fast,...

Native XML Databases

As I was reading XML-related things around the web, a question dawned on me: Does anyone know of any Native XML Databases that work well with .NET? (or just plain work at all?) I personally don't need one right now (altough it would certainly be cool), I'd just like to...

Lisp and other Languages

I just read this discussion between Paul Prescod and Paul Snively regarding Python and several other programming languages. I find this kind of discussions quite interesting for two reasons: 1) Programming Languages and Compiler design is one of the topics I really like in Computer Science, and 2) they make...

The correct answer

Craig Andera: The correct answer to any architectural question is always "it depends." ;) I've always had the feeling that "It depends" is the correct answer to most questions in the software development practice ;)

Format of Choice - II

Simon: Well, let me ask this, why is SOAP the wire format of choice over HTTP? I'm sure there must be a conspiracy there somewhere.....