Interesting Finds: October 30, 2007

by Jason Haley 30. October 2007 07:00

Other link blogs
Matt - 21 Links Today (2007-10-29)
Christopher Steen - Link Listing - October 29, 2007
Arjan Zuidhof - LINKBLOG for October 29, 2007
Matt Goyer - links for 2007-10-29
Scott Reynolds - Links from the Sharpside [10.29.07]
Mike Gunderloy - The Daily Grind 1262

Web stuff
Joe Stagner - Are you making these 3 common ASP.NET AJAX mistakes? and DotNetSlackers - Ajax Data Controls
Steve Schofield - IIS7 - post #53 - Setup IIS 7.0 to log using NULL sessions between workgroup computers.

Other stuff
Joe Stagner - Assembly for .NET Programmers
Chris Bowen - Big Changes for the Acropolis Project
Eric Lippert - Covariance and Contravariance in C# Part Seven: Why Do We Need A Syntax At All?
Mike Stall - Creating MSIs for Live Writer PlugIns
Dave Burke - CSTiers is born
Sara Ford - Did you know... you can use Ctrl+H to bring up the Quick Replace Window?
Ayende Rahien - Dynamic Methods
Miguel de Icaza - Mono Versioning
Nathan Weinberg - New AdCenter Features, Including Editorial Review
David Vidmar - Subversion integration into Visual Studio
Robert Scoble - Video: not easy or cheap?
Dwayne Melancon - Wanna wiki?
Phil Haack - What Does Protected Internal Mean?
Todd Ogasawara - Windows Mobile Weekly Roundup

Database stuff
SQLTeam - Benchmarking Disk I/O Performance: Size Matters!
Andrew Kelly - Successful Backup Messages No More…

Career stuff
Freelance Switch - Business Survival Guide: 8 Practices of a Long Term Freelancer
Udi Dahan - Hi. My name’s Udi, and I write crappy code
Rosa Say - Meetings are Made for Kakou Messages
Chris Sells - The Future of Telecommuting

PowerShell stuff
PowerShell Team - Dynamic Casting and PowerShell Cookbook Now Available and WINRM
Joel Bennett - The PowerShell Community “Responds”

Conference stuff
Sam Gentile - Microsoft SOA and BPM Conference Live Blog Monday
Justise - Reflections from The Ajax Experience

Community stuff
Rich Claussen - PDXUX.Net Meeting - November 13th

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