C++/CLI Migration Guide

Just in case no one has seen it, here's the Managed C++ to C++/CLI migration guide done by Stan Lippman. Definitely a must read!

Hosting WSE on ES

Christian and Benjamin talk about ways to host WSE from Enterprise Services (aka COM+) applications. Cool! I did this for fun a couple of months ago, but actually went further, and actually implemented on WSE 2.0 beta a channel implementation that drove the call through a ServicedComponent class in the...

Contract-First

Aaron asks if we believe in Contract-First. I sure do. BUT, he nailed it right on the head: It's very hard to do if you need to keep doing things by hand and avoiding the tools you use. It's extremely unproductive. Furthermore, the existing tools don't make it any easier...

Editable XPathDocument

This sucks. I want editable XPathDocument.

Continuing development of my MC++ FAQ?

I've been doing some thinking on what to do with my MC++ FAQ, specially given the fact that the language, as it is now, is pretty much dead in favor of the new C++/CLI (not that I complain, the new language is far far better than anything else :)). So,...

Sam's Portal

A little late to the game (sorry!) but I'd just thought I'd point some more people to my good friend Sam new .NET portal! Quite cool, and very worthwhile to check out!

CLS

Signs you're using the command line console too much: when you find yourself typing CLS on an msn messenger conversation to clear the screen. 'nough said.

Monotype Fonts

I've always liked searching around for nice monotype fonts to use with code editors and such, but they are pretty hard to come by... To this date, I still rely almost exclusively on good ol' Lucida Console, or, ocassionally, on Lucida Sans Typewriter. Looking around this morning, I found one...

Work + Sick

In case anyone is wondering where I've been lately (yes, I know no one does, but it never hurst to say it anyway ;)), here's it: As we approached the final milestone of our current project, we had to dive a little bit harder than usual as we were kinda...

Re: WebService Attachments

Simon Fell comments on my earlier question regarding binary attachments and WebServices. Thanks for the candid question, Simon, I appreciated. What you say rings with the same thoughts I had on the subject myself...