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Duration Cold symptoms usually appear 2 or 3 days after exposure to a source of infection. Most colds clear up within 1 week, but some last for as long as 2 weeks. Source: Common Cold Hah. I should be so lucky! [TestFixture] public class Program { static void Main(string[] args){} [Test] public void ChrisDoesntWriteCodeWhenSick() { IDeveloper chris ......

Scott Cate tagged me today. Well. I guess I'm it. Drag Racing: One thing that I really enjoy besides .NET is drag racing. Last year I fell in love with the new Dodge Magnum and the whole Chrysler LX platform. These cars promised to bring back the muscle car wars that were happening in the late 60's. So, I had to buy one. And it had to have a HEMI. ......

My friend Scott Cate just told me about this.From the article:"Rather then keep a whole room full of XBOX 360's, we think a better idea is to give them to childrens charities. We'll start with the Child Crisis Center and the Phoenix Childrens Hospital."If you haven't signed up with textpayme yet please do so if only for this cause.Sign up with this ......

Apparently .NET 2.0 does this out of the box but, I don’t get to play with it for awhile so…. Today I had the need to serialize some error messages in CDATA elements. Quickly, I realized that XmlSerializer doesn’t support this out of the box. After a really quick googlin’ session, I had my solution. And since I’m nice, ......

If you could decode my last post without your head throbbing, well...I'm real happy for ya ;) That post was from w.bloggar 4.0 and I hated it. What desktop software are .TEXT bloggers using to post from the desktop? Are you able to choose categories? What about code formatting? Cheers...

So Visual Studio is finally catching up to the tools that I've been using for years. I can't really blame MS for only coming out with these features now. This is a huge company that doesn't release their products every 3 months. What I can do is be a little angry that while they did us a favor by integrating some things into the IDE, they just did it ......

To LLBLGen or not?I guess this is my introduction post. My name is Chris Martin (as you can see :)) and I'm a .NET developer with about 6 years experience in mostly Windows technology. I used to dabble in the *nix world a little bit. But, found it too exhausting. This is also my first attempt at blogging. I look forward to being a part of this comunity ......

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