What The NuSoft Framework Gives You

posted on 12/16/07 at 09:00:11 pm by Joel Ross

While I'm away on vacation, I figured I'd put up a series of posts on the NuSoft Framework. This is one of those posts. Ok. You just got done sitting back and relaxing, and now you've got your generated framework. Great. Now you're ready to go! But… more »

Categories: Development, Software, RCM Technologies


Getting Started With The NuSoft Framework

posted on 12/15/07 at 09:00:47 pm by Joel Ross

While I'm away on vacation, I figured I'd put up a series of posts on the NuSoft Framework. This is one of those posts. How and when do you use the NuSoft Framework? Well, there's two major requirements before you can get going with it. First, you ne… more »

Categories: Development, Software, RCM Technologies


3 Steps to Better Podcasting Support on the Zune

posted on 12/11/07 at 01:48:10 pm by Joel Ross

I've been using the new Zune software with my Zune 30 since the update was released, and for the most part, I'm happy with it. I don't manage my podcasts through it because I want to keep all of my RSS subscriptions in one service, but I do use the Zune… more »

Categories: Podcasting, Software


XML Comment Documentation Guide

posted on 12/09/07 at 08:44:32 pm by Joel Ross

I've seen quite a few posts about XML documentation guidelines, but this is by far the best I've seen thus far. It goes a step further than any I've seen - it specifically highlights what is supported by Visual Studio, NDoc, and Sandcastle, so you can ma… more »

Categories: Development, Software, C#


I Hate Browsers And Their Inconsistencies

posted on 12/06/07 at 09:10:11 pm by Joel Ross

I've been messing around with adding images to more of my posts when it makes sense, including some Creative Commons licensed photos from Flickr. When I do that, I want to be able to add a credit under the photo (per the license agreement), and have been… more »

Categories: Software


Creating Your First Bracket On myPlayoffs.com

posted on 12/05/07 at 01:00:55 am by Joel Ross

myPlayoffs.com has been live for a little while now, and the feedback has been good, so I figured this would be a good time to highlight what you can do with it and explain some of the concepts behind the features. Maybe it'll even give you a little view… more »

Categories: Develomatic, Software


Announcing myPlayoffs

posted on 12/03/07 at 09:32:41 pm by Joel Ross

After spending years on our planning board, Brian put a bunch of effort in over the past few weeks to get an initial version of myPlayoffs off the ground, and launched it tonight. So what exactly is myPlayoffs? myPlayoffs will provide the world's be… more »

Categories: Develomatic, Software


Shortening Your URLs

posted on 11/20/07 at 01:05:46 pm by Joel Ross

No matter what you think of Dave Winer, he is definitely an innovator and is constantly coming up with great ideas. His latest is a gem as well. Every web app that produces long urls should provide a built-in url-shortening facility. The user interf… more »

Categories: Develomatic, Development, Software


Finally, Zune Utopia!

posted on 11/18/07 at 11:55:43 pm by Joel Ross

I think I've finally figured out how to deal with the Zune, and so far, my new way of doing things has been working out very nicely. For some background, I don't want to keep my podcast subscriptions in the Zune software - I want all of my subscriptions… more »

Categories: Podcasting, Software


Zune Updates - Good And Bad

posted on 11/14/07 at 12:33:26 am by Joel Ross

I was excited this morning when I got up. It was around 6:45 AM, and I knew the Zune update should be posted by then. And it was. So I downloaded it and installed it, including the updated firmware for the actual hardware. Overall, I'm impressed, but the… more »

Categories: Podcasting, Software


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