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Code Signing: two worlds defined

I’ve always been a fan of code signing. There’s “signing” to give the assembly a strong assembly name, and there’s “signing” to verify the application hasn’t been tampered with....

NAnt intellisense in Visual Studio

NAnt is a phenomenally cool tool for automating build scripts. Coding NAnt build files feels natural to me: unix shell script style functions and xml style syntax....

Feedback spam

Ok, I don’t know who the wise guy is who keeps trying to give me feedback spam about [use your imagination here], but I’m really not thrilled to delete as much feedback spam as I get....

NAnt

NAnt is my new best friend. NAnt is very easy to learn, very straight forward to use, and very powerful in it’s execution....

NUnit

High on my list of stuff I need to do is NUnit. Last I tried NUnit, it was wonderful and infuriating....

SSH on Windows

Apologies up front to those who will flame me for this, but I must concede. I’ve been trying to find a good excuse to get into Linux for a while....

Mapping Office 2003 commands to Office 2007

A great quote from Scott Hanselman’s blog: “Who moved my cheese?” He lists some great Flash tools....

PostScript is so elegant

Ok, most people don’t code in PostScript. Granted, like SQL, it’s one of those languages that’s usually coded by a program written in another language....

Subversion Rocks!

I’ve long been a fan of CVS. I’ve used CVSNT and TortoiseCVS for ages. It’s a great (and free) way to keep my source code in check....

Desert Code Camp parting thoughts

Desert Code Camp truly rocked. It offered a pot-po-ri of skills, talents, and contacts. I only wish I could’ve attended more sessions....
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