Interesting Finds: May 27, 2008

by Jason Haley 27. May 2008 07:07

Other stuff
Tomas Restrepo - Net.MSMQ and Poison Messages
Eugene Zakhareyev - Source Analysis For C# Checkin Policy
Nicholas Allen - Finding the Service Instance
Sara Ford - Did you know… The Object Browser Supports Type-Ahead Selection? - #224
BruceWang_Korea - Fast search and always sorted linked list (or array), Better than BST
Mike Hall - How Should You Update Your Application?
Susan Bradley - Who's logged in?
Angry Hacker - How to reference an assembly from the GAC
Dustin Metzgar - Xmi CodeDom Library, Part 1
Toby Ward - Another portal bites the dust

Web stuff
Tom - ASP.NET Application Life Cycle
Rey Bango - Scrolling Tab View for YUI
Dion Almaer - dojo.workers: a showcase

Other link blogs
Christopher Steen - Link Listing - May 26, 2008
Alvin Ashcraft - Dew Drop - May 27, 2008
Darren Stokes - Visual Studio Links #32
Mike Gunderloy - Double Shot #216
Chris Alcock - The Morning Brew #101
Robert Muehsig - Weekly Links: ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight 2, C#, Entity Framework, WPF, Javascript
Arjan Zuidhof - LINKBLOG for May 26, 2008

Database stuff
Colt Kwong - IIS Feature is missing during SQL 2005 Installation
Omer van Kloeten - SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services's ADOMD.NET Connection Pooling, or Lack Thereof

Career stuff
Jeffrey Muir - Good to Great Finale
Ben Casnocha - How to Find New Books to Read
Small Business Branding - How Much Should You Budget For Marketing?

Debugging stuff
Dmitry Vostokov - 10 Common Mistakes in Memory Analysis (Part 1)

PowerShell stuff
PowerShell Team - WPF & PowerShell - Part 6 (Running Functions in the Background)
Joel Bennett - PowerShell Modules

Architecture stuff
pdestoop - The Resource-Oriented Architecture
Joe McKendrick - Tension emerges between SOA and mashup camps

Silverlight stuff
The Moth - Silverlight 2 Beta 1 Assemblies and Namespaces – Part 2 – the v2.0 subset
codegod.de - AjaxControlToolkit, Silverlight and JavaScript
Andrew Connell - What I did to get Silverlight Working in SharePoint in Today's Webcast

Computing in the cloud stuff
Nicholas Carr - Miasma computing

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