2008 November 01 – Links for today

Today is the first of Mo’vember (the month previously known as November). As such I am now clean shaven (for the first time since January 1st) and as I was in the process of cutting my chin to ribbons for charity, I styled my mo to be in a number of different ways, including but not exclusively, the handlebar, the trucker, the fu manchu and the pencil. Looks like it will probably be the Fu Manchu or the Sanchez. Have a look at www.movember.com to find out more. Alternatively, if you fancy giving to charity to support my mo (mo’ money? – sorry) to help raise awareness to men’s health issues and being proactive in the fight against men’s depression and prostate cancer, you can donate online using your credit card.


David J. Engfer points out a bug in Internet Explorer Doesn’t Evaluate Any More Than 31 Style Elements


Omar Al Zabir on Linq to SQL: Delete an entity using Primary Key only and Solving common problems with Compiled Queries in Linq to Sql for high demand ASP.NET websites

MSR presents Boku “new visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible for children and enjoyable for anyone” (sounds a bit like Alice)

Jeff Attwood points out The Problem With URLs

Selene M. Bowlby lists her 15 Key Elements All Top Web Sites Should Have

Nigel Parker points out a bunch of resources for the WCF REST Starter Kit

Photoshop-Pack brings Twenty Photoshop Button Tutorials That Will Inspire You

Steve Yegge offers us an interesting perspective: A programmer’s view of the Universe, part 1: The fish

Patterns & Practices

Muhammed Azam brings us today’s screencast: Introduction to Dependency Injection Using Castle Windsor

J D Meier announces the Unity Application Block 1.2 is now available.


Mike Ormond discusses Offline Silverlight Applications

Pencho Popadiyn goes one step further with Developing Silverlight Analog Clock – pattern oriented approach

Andy Beaulieu on Silverlight Futures: Building Business Focused Applications

Lee discusses Changing Treeview Template

Justin Angel does another great indepth article on the Label

Jeff Handley points out a gotcha: Silverlight Control Template Doesn’t Get Applied

Jeff Wilcox and the AutoCompleteBox: The 5 things you need to know

Jafar Husain rolls his sleeves up with ImplicitStyleManager: Under the Hood

Karl Shifflett announces XAML Power Toys 3.5 Released Updated For New WPF & Silverlight Toolkits

Venkatarangan highlights Silverlight 2 for Mobile

Imran Shaik’s insight into Developing custom controls in Silverlight 2

Corey Schumann on Silverlight and the object tag


Joe Celko demystifies the use of Constraints


pbielicki gives us a Video tutorial: Test Driven Development with Mock Objects


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: