Month: February 2006

February 28, 2006

“With the advent of free software coming of age and the dawning of Open Source applications being a moving force in developement.. it seems that it is timely for database servers to go and be free as a bird could be… and guess what… Oracle has been set FREE” Microsoft has SQL Server 2005 Express and MSDE […]

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February 28, 2006

Anybody who has thought about this? putting Microsoft, corporate and software logos as their tattoo…. i’m just wondering how many people who have thought about doing this.. anyway, here’s a some notable people who have done this… i know that the great Charles Petzold, author of alot of programming books on Microsoft technology has a windows logo tattoed on his arm. […]

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February 23, 2006

This is my tribute to the people whom I learned and helped me understand C/C++.. although i’m not that great with it unlike MisterClay(he was my college buddy) whom i consider to be a totem pole when it comes to C and C++!!! This are authors who created great books that i have read back when i was […]

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February 14, 2006

Somebody in the UK(..i think) has some sense of humor… check this out! This is via Google Maps nad you’ll be amazed on how this happened… that some serious Google hacking right there.. 🙂 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&t=k&ll=53.538774,-1.346804&spn=0.000875,0.002626&t=k Enjoy!

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February 14, 2006

I found this in Channel 9 and it was hilariously funny that i need to blog about it! Enjoy! Googlepark: The Spaghetti Code> http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=162360 btw: dont drink while reading that post.. you might spit your drink on your monitor like Mr. Scobleizer. 🙂 Consider yourself warned!

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February 7, 2006

You got to love this! From the authors website: “…C5 is a library of generic collection classes for C# and other CLI languages, as found in Microsoft .Net version 2.0 and Mono version 1.2. C5 provides functionality and data structures not provided by the standard .Net System.Collections.Generic namespace, such as persistent tree data structures, heap […]

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