AboutFrom a junior developer through Sr Manager position, I was always interested in new technologies. Passionate speaker, IT junky, developer, architect, team lead, and development manager - many hats, one goal - making software better and being closer to people’s needs. For the most part I am using my blog as a scratch pad, writing small articles on things which I came across, was asked about more then once, and which would otherwise require additional research again and again.
First I’m new to G3. I was wanting to append my forum with a gallery and after doing a lot...
The greydragon theme is fantastic. It’s clean, stable and feature rich. It took me a while to decide to move...
I’m a huge fan of this theme. I’ve got more than 90,000 pictures in my gallery3 running on a Ubuntu...
Category Archives: Fun stuff with C#
Nothing is more of the truth then old tales. Some long time ago Sean Sexton said If you’re a developer doing WPF development, you really need to be using Expression Blend. Yes, I know the party line on WPF development … Continue reading
Did you ever noticed that after restart of the IIS ASP.Net page which has Crystal Reports Viewer would take much longer to come up? Some of it is expected since on initial start up, a number of Crystal assemblies and objects … Continue reading
With introduction of garbage collection (System.GC name space) in .Net, life of the Windows programmer become easy – no need to worry about releasing objects, code become simpler, etc. In “old” time one would need to use Interfaces to achieve similar functionality … Continue reading
As a long time Delphi and C# programmer one become used to some features of the language and may not go deep into “philosophical” thinking about such features. This often happen with Asserts… What is Assert or Assertion? By its … Continue reading
Evolution has a spiral nature… it is true for any science, process, or development. Not long time ago Waterfall Model of development prevailed. Very formalized, well described and structured, very structured… and it was “too much” which killed it… like … Continue reading
I was always for a “built-in” support of features in modern development environment. Even if it comes in basic form, we, as programmers, should have ability to do “basic” stuff without 3rd party involvement. There are plenty of 3rd party solutions … Continue reading
Some time ago I have wrote about steps Microsoft was making into multi-touch interface support inside Windows application. If you visited PDC 2008, then you probably already heard that Microsoft had officially presented a new .Net framework/API which would be … Continue reading