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 […]
Tempest for Eliza lets you use your computer monitor to transmit AM radio signals.
Assuming all of this is true, then I can not wait to get my hands on this. I spend way too many hours playing on […]
Looking at these screenshots shows me two things: Sun is actually doing something that geeks can be proud of A cool 3D interface does not […]
CodeSmith is a code generation tool. You create templates that specify the code to generate, and add properties (such as class name, namespace, etc.) to […]
Even though it’s still a ways off, WinFS (Longhorn’s storage model) is looking really sweet. While there have been some articles on it at MSDN […]
Tired of the Jaguar-esque striped look of IE5 in OS X? Change a few bytes of hex code in the IE package and you can […]