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We stumbled upon a situation where Visual Studio wouldn't let us a build with the following errors:Could not copy "obj\Debug\VsLockLib.dll" to "bin\Debug\VsLockLib.dll". Exceeded retry count of 10. Failed.Unable to copy file "obj\Debug\VsLockLib.dll" to "bin\Debug\VsLockLib.dll". The requested operation cannot be performed on a file with a user-mapped ......

It has been a few months since I installed Windows Live OneCare and results are mixed. For the most part it runs quietly in the background providing, at least I think, real-time protection. The problem the last few starts has been MsMpEng.exe (Windows Defender) crippling my machine with heavy CPU utilization. I've Googled, Live- Searched, MS-Knowledge ......

I think the next big (and good) Nugget in GUI web development is on the horizon. (And not just in the .Net world.) I've always said I will never limit my focus to any one technology. You pay me to write Java, I'll write some Java. You pay me to write .Net... done. I admit I prefer .Net, ANet (Asp.Net.) and ANet's most recent flavors: MS Ajax, MS AJAX ......

It is too early to see if this will live up to promises... but way cool if it does!!! http://msdnwiki.microsoft.c... Info from the site: "Welcome to the MSDN Wiki Beta! On this site you can add content to VS 2005 documentation topics and edit contributions from other users. Our goal is to extend the documentation with code ......

As most developers these days, I try to do as much design as possible prior to diving into coding. Typically, ever project consists of UML in one shape or another. Usually the design takes shape with class, activity, and sequence diagrams. Depending on your task or company’s documentation requirements, you may or may not model every state or behavior ......

Nikhil Kothari is a web architect at Microsoft. He has put together a cool new nugget called Script# that rivals Google's GWT. The tool is a script (think AJAX) code generator that allows you to write JavaScript using C#. I blogged on his site and questioned the fit between Script# and Atlas. At this point, Script# is just a side research project of ......

When attempting to access help in the MS Express editions, I ran into the following nugget. Help would come up. I could select “Content”, “How do I?”, “Index”, etc. When I attempted to select a topic such as “operator” using Index, I would get a nasty crash of the help app. Clicking on “How do I?” ......

I've been playing around with the validation controls and atlas… The Atlas toolkit provides a Confirm extender… it is less than desirable. Canceling seems to have some event bubbling side-effects. The 2.0 OnClientClick is used… but a little differently. In the past, I have gotten away with OnClientClick="return confirm('Are you really ......

Well, the portal projected was benched and will resurface in the near future. Working on a suite of web apps that will be taking advantage of the Web 2.0 feature set. Along the way, Atlas has come around... with a go license. Our plan was to use it where possible... problems.. Unfinished - It is an impressive mix, but still being shaken out. Limited ......

Greetings - I am currently working on a portal application that will (when finished) allow access to a suite of services (classic asp web applications.) So far so good. We're currently in the proto-typing / proofing phase. The portal will be written in ANet 2.0. (I perfer saying “ANet.” It is easier for me to say. We will be using Callbacks ......

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Hello all.  Just got word today that I got the blog.  I'll begin posting soon.



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