Interesting Finds: January 23, 2008

by Jason Haley 23. January 2008 07:20

Career stuff
Tim Grahl - 10 Reasons Why Freelancers are the Rockstars of the Business World
CNN - 25 Top-paying companies
Louise Fletcher - Can Your Hobby be a Career and Still be Fun?
Raymond Lewallen - There is too much money to be made in software development

Other link blogs
Matt - 7 Links Today (2008-01-22)
Alvin Ashcraft - Daily Bits - January 23, 2008
Arjan Zuidhof - LINKBLOG for January 22, 2008

Other stuff
DavidWu - A Cool Vista Style CPUInfo Control! []
Brad Appleton - Best SCM Best Practices Article
Joe Webb - Creating a Notification Services Instance
Sara Ford - Did you know... There are 4 window layouts that you can save - #135
Federal Developer - Free download: ADO.NET Entity Framework Samples
Dare Obasanjo - Google Map/Reduce vs. Relational Databases
IKVM.Net - How To Get an Explicit Interface Implementation Method … using reflection
Microsoft Downloads - IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Security with Microsoft Windows
Eric Lippert - Immutability in C# Part 10: A double-ended queue
Alfred Thompson - Is Java the Problem?
Jahmani - Linq To Sql Transformation: Examples and Source Code
Chris Bowen - MSDN/Architecture Journal Readers and the Reader SDK
Larry O'Brien - The Compounding Value of Programmers & Processes
Greg - You're just 20 minutes away from your first VS2008 Addin... (VB & C#)

Web stuff
Scott Mitchell - Adding Up and Down Arrow Images to a Sortable GridView
Dion Almaer - Aptana releases Jaxer, Ajax server built on Mozilla
Kevin Dangoor - Aptana Jaxer bridges the client and server
Samuel Dean - Clean Up Your HTML with Free Utilities
Steve Schofield - IIS7 - post #61 - Where did my iisapp script go?

Community stuff
K. Scott Allen - ASP.NET MVC and User Group Fun

Security stuff
Schneier - Hacking Power Networks

Agile stuff
Tim Jarrett - If Agile is about conversations, who's listening?

Debugging stuff
John Robbins - PowerShell Script for Setting Symbol Paths

Database stuff
Joe Webb - Reclaiming unused space from a table
Greg - SQL Server Version Numbers - That @@version number means my SQL Server is running what SP?

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