Interesting Finds: January 12, 2008

by Jason Haley 12. January 2008 09:59

Lost a few months of email and had to start the blogging over from my latest opml backup ... lesson learned = backup more often.

Other stuff
Mike Taulty - ADO.NET Data Services - Sketchy Thoughts on Controlling Access
Brad Wilson - C# 3.0 Extension Methods and Null Instances
Scott Hanselman - CodeMash 2008 Wrapup - What are you working on?
Sara Ford - Did you know... How to close just the selected files you want?
David Brabant - FlexWiki 2.0 released
Aaron Stebner - How the full install packages for the .NET Framework 3.0 and the .NET Framework 3.5 differ
Windows SDK Team - How to: build from the Windows SDK command line
Wes - Principle of Most Power
dbaier - System.AddIn Pipeline Builder
dougste - Windows Installer Cleanup Utility

Agile stuff
James Robertson - The Importance of Being Agile
Brad Appleton - The Truth About Agile Processes
Frans Bouma - The waterfall which makes Agile pundits go blind

Security stuff
blog malware - MBR rootkit: VirTool:WinNT/Sinowal.A report
Schneier - NSA Backdoors in Crypto AG Ciphering Machines

Web stuff
Bill Evjen - ASP.NET 3.5 Windows-Based Authentication
Dbaier - HTTP Basic Authentication against Non-Windows Accounts in IIS/ASP.NET (Part 0 - Intro) and HTTP Basic Authentication against Non-Windows Accounts in IIS/ASP.NET (Part 1 - Basic Authentication) and HTTP Basic Authentication against Non-Windows Accounts in IIS/ASP.NET (Part 2 - The HTTP Module)
Dion Almaer - Making Ajax Applications Scream on the Client

Career stuff
Rick Mahn - Balancing Social Media/Networking & Work … throw a couple of classes into the mix too …
David L - Dave's Laws: Email/Inbox Management
Rich - Home-Office Life and Its Discontents
Tim Jarrett - Moving on

Community stuff
Jim Holmes - CodeMash Summary (Coherent One)

Other link blogs
Christopher Steen - Link Listing - January 11, 2008
Blue Sky On Mars - links for 2008-01-11
afongen - links for 2008-01-12
Josh Phillips - Weekly Roundup - CES Edition

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