Just the Exe’s for the Tivo Summaries Executables!

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Several people have asked for the executable files for the tivo summaries program I wrote a few months back.  Here is a link to the original article and some gratuitous pictures of the results the program produces. Article on Developing TiVo graphs Here is the Download For the executable files. Put in their own directory. Tivo Executable Zip File … Continue Reading

A Book Review of Manning’s Windows PowerShell In Action by Bruce Payette

Windows Powershell is something I've been meaning to learn for quite some time.  It started out as the Monad Project at Microsoft and I remember seeing it discussed at Code Camps but never spending the time to go.  I thought it was just another command.com with special commands. Turns out, I was very wrong.  As far as I'm concerned, it's strength is that you can reference .net assemblies directly.  That means, you can access everything in .Net just like a first class language.  Be that C# or VB, you can get to all of it.  You can write your own assemblies and reference them as well!  It of course if fully object oriented, very rich, and full error handling.  Very cool … Continue Reading

Display Images with IIS7 in Vista or Windows 2008

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So, this may seem simple, but for an hour I wrestled with displaying images on IIS7 with vista.  ASP.NET worked fine, but no static files, css, jpg's, gif's or anything.  Just unformatted text. Turns out when I added the web server in vista, I forgot to check the Static Content checkbox under World Wide Web Services / Common Http Features. … Continue Reading

Another ASP.NET Ask the Experts Session Coming May 1st, 2008

During the past couple years, I've participated as an expert in several ask the expert sessions.  Typically what happens is a bunch of as MVP's and Regional Directors for different Microsoft technologies get together at a certain time and date (on a phone call) and work together to answer people's questions on asp.net topics. Feel free to drop by and ask us something!  Here is the link. Ask The ASP.NET Experts Link … Continue Reading

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