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Michel Grootjans,

Have you ever tried google trends? It's a fun utility to see trends in search keywords typed in google. You can go as far back as 2004, so there's plenty of data available. You can even compare different ...

Matt Christian,

Most people who Google some form of 'business' and 'games' typically comes across this awesome site that I've read for quite awhile now called Gamasutra.com. Gamasutra features loads of info on the business ...

Charles Young,

IE9 Beta 1 arrived today, and it looks great. The browser wars are back on and getting heated. The IE guys have been getting very bullish about performance on their blog site. See their post from a few ...

AreYouSerious,

So everyone knows that there are going to be differences in the way that companies (Cell) impliment certain features on their platforms. Some do better in some areas while others excell in others. I have ...

Brian Lanham,

I attended the NCTC Fall Gala last night at the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center. My company just joined and we sponsored a table. Chris Atienza and his wife as well as Jessica Taylor attended with ...

Kelly Jones,

Over the course of using Google for the past ten years, I’ve found several tips and tricks to using the search engine. This post covers the ones that I’ve found most useful. Limit your search to one site ...

andrewbrust,

Long ago, in the mid and late-90s, the mobile device market was a bit different from today’s. Palm led the PDA category, with monochrome devices that operated offline, until the Palm VII and its ultra-slow ...

Charles Young,

It was always obvious that IE9 was going to get new chrome. Why else publish the technical previews with a mocked-up UI? The very fact that the IE team has cleanly separated the core browser technology ...

Robz / Fervent Coder,

Dru and I were recently featured on Herding Code Podcast. In the podcast we talk about everything from package management in general to Nubular (Nu) to other package management systems (OpenWrap, Bricks, ...

Liam McLennan,

Increasingly I find myself building web applications that rarely, if ever, reload the page. Ajax is used to communicate with the server and to update parts of the page as required. After much trial and ...

Eric Brown,

Well, the 2010 St. Louis Day of .Net is over. It was a great conference with over 680 attendees. I presented two topics this year and have made the presentations and source code available. Thing Every ...

Ryan Cain,

I've been running various versions of Live Mesh and Live Sync on my Mac over the past year. So far I haven't been terribly happy with Live Mesh, but it got the job done, albeit very slowly at times. I'm ...

Ralph Wheaton,

Well, the presentation at Day of .Net was a success. I had over 50 attendees at my session on System.Diagnostics, some very good questions and I hope some good things will come out of the talk. For those ...

Ryan Cain,

In the past few months I've had the great opportunity to learn both the iPhone and Android platforms for an App we built for my 9 to 5 job. This was a great new chance to learn brand new languages and ...