It’s about time! MSDN Subscriber Downloads now provides an RSS feed containing all of the latest items posted for downloads. Very sweet – now I […]
The best OS Multil IM client has released its latest version. I love this program. No really I do. Love it. Hate the website. Hate […]
When working in tech support back in the days, nothing was more irritating than a user calling you up saying that he forgot his password. […]
As a geek I am always looking for new toys to buy. When you start to buy a lot of toys you begin to wish […]
For as long as I’ve used NewsGator, I’ve been able to right click an RSS feed from within IE and subscribe to it. This, however, […]
If you are interested to see how larger companies are using open source products this is an interesting read. Most of the large companies that […]
Rick Spencer’s post on how developers use the debugger is very enlightening. I didn’t even realize how I use the debugger, but when he talks […]
Not that you couldn’t find these at these at either StarWars.com or Cartoon Network, but this is a great compilation of the Clone Wars micro-series […]
Interesting forum discussion on tweaking the SQL in phpBB to handle 5000-10000 concurrent users in a forum with almost 50 million posts.
Some changes are coming to Forever Geek and I am looking for your feedback. Comments are open.
Tweak-o-Matic is a tool for MS Windows that’s somewhere between TweakUI and Group Policy — it lets you change some of the same settings as […]
The .NET Framework’s Trace class lets you record details about your application’s runtime behavior. Tracing gives you insight into your running code, but using it […]