Interesting Finds: January 15, 2008

by Jason Haley 15. January 2008 07:22

Other stuff
Mike Taulty - ADO.NET Data Services - More Sketchy Thoughts on Access Control
Ayende Rahien - Algorithms, joins and performance
Larry O'Brien - Bad Programmers Are Not Good Programmers Who Are Slow
Steve Maine - Declaring XML Namespaces on a SyndicationFeed
Udi Dahan - Distributed Architecture on ARCast.TV Rapid Response
Sasha Goldshtein - Dynamic Reply Endpoints in a Duplex Workflow Service
Dana Epp - Find your bandwidth in Vista really slow? Here is a simple hack for you.
Rick Strahl - Griping about System.Net.Email.SmptClient/MailMessage
Stefan Tilkov - Leaving Java Alone
gneverov - Software Transactional Memory for F#
Kathleen - System.AddIn Scenarios
Phil Haack - TDD Is Also An Organizational Process
Dave Laribee - The Oversimplified Specification Anti-pattern
Steven Smith - Visual Studio XAML Editing Tip
Scott Sehlhorst - You Are Creating Bugs In Your Software

Web stuff
Scott Mitchell - Another Potential Gotcha When Creating a Website that Allows Users to Share Uploaded Files
Scott Hanselman - Book - Professional ASP.NET 3.5: in C# and VB
Chris Pietschmann - JavaScript int.TryParse Equivalent
Scott Watermasysk - Modifying Your Vista Hosts File in Just Six Steps

Agile stuff
Brad Appleton - BOOK: The Art of Agile Development
Ade - Choosing an agile process - Part 4: Offshore development and Choosing an agile process - Part 5: Heroes and villains

Community stuff
Dan Hounshell - CodeMash v2008 Recap

Other link blogs
Alvin Ashcraft - Daily Bits - January 15, 2008
Mike - Double Shot #124
Christopher Steen - Link Listing - January 14, 2008
Arjan Zuidhof - LINKBLOG for January 14, 2008

Career stuff
JobsBlog - How can I anticipate and manage organizational changes as a jobseeker?

Debugging stuff
Tess - More ASP.NET debugging with SOS
Mike Hall - No ASP.NET debugging with Vista Home Premium
Tom - Viewing active and non-active ASP.NET requests from a dump

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