Interesting Finds: July 31, 2007

by Jason Haley 31. July 2007 08:52

Blogging stuff
Dare Obasanjo - A-List Technology Bloggers: What Are They Good For?
Robert Scoble - Technology Bloggers, what are they good for?
Scott Karp - Web 2.0 Inefficiency: Crossposting On Twitter, Facebook, Google Reader, Etc.
Andrew Garrett - Why blog? (to build your personal brand, of course)

Other link blogs
Mike Gunderloy - The Daily Grind 1197

Other stuff
Phil Haack - At The Microsoft Campus Next Week And Other Engagements
Henning Krause - Creating WebDAV PROPFIND/PROPPATCH requests using XmlReader and XmlWriter, Part 1
Sara Ford - Did you know... How to view Visible White Space
Andy Leonard - Iteration = Maturity
Tim Anderson - ThoughtWorks Mingle is released
WebDevTools - Workaround for Beta 2 JavaScript IntelliSense and Colorization Issue

Career stuff
Joe Duffy - Book update
Marco Doranted - Critical thinking and software design
CNN Money - Help! I accepted a job - can I change my mind?
Tim Stall - More: How normal life experience helps you better understand software (Part II)

Web stuff
K Scott Allen - Configuration Free JSON with WCF and AJAX in Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2
dougste - Summary of fixes available for ASP.NET 2.0
Ben Gallbraith - Timeplot: Canvas-based Specialized Charting Tool

Silverlight stuff
Chris Bowen - Controls and Control Libraries for Silverlight
Chris Sells - Take the Silverlight Tour
Scott Hanselman - Unit Testing Silverlight with Selenium

Database stuff
Kalen Delaney - Did You Know? Estimated vs Actual Plans
Simon Sabin - SQL Server - TCP/IP Ports
Mladen Prajdic - SQL Server: Best way to Update row if exists, Insert if not
Jamie Thomson - SSIS: A response from Microsoft to some growing criticism
Rockford Lhotka - Using XML to store object graphs into SQL Server 2005

PowerShell stuff
Greg - Managing Large System Deployment and Configuration with PowerShell Paper by Scott Hanselman

Overviews
Rob Caron - Visual Studio 2008 Overview White Paper

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