Month: September 2008

September 18, 2008

Ever wondered how google would look like if it was on terminal mode (a la *Nix shell)? Then checkout Goosh! Goosh is a project that Stefhan Grothkopp started. The application behaves similar to a unix-shell wherein you type commands and it returns results based on your request (which in this case is web search results). […]

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September 17, 2008

Below is a code snippet that allows you to determine what groups a Windows user is part of. [C#]



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September 11, 2008

Speaking of free books… Below are the list of free ebooks that I recommend reading/downloading for this month. I personally love Karl Seguin’s book and giving it 5 out 5 stars is actually an understatement if you ask me. 🙂 Karl Seguin‘s Foundation Of Programming: Building Better Software rocks so much I recommended it to […]

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September 5, 2008

Ever heard of ColorTranslator? It’s a really cool class that you can use to convert colors in .NET. One of the things that it can do is that enables you to convert HTML colors to Windows colors and vice versa. One particular scenario wherein you might want to use this class is when you want to use HTML colors […]

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