Monthly Archives: September 2010

C# Programming Tools

The C# Team has scoured the Web for other implementations of the CLI, cool object browsers, IDE tricks, add-ins, obfuscators, and other useful tools and utilities that will help you get your job done faster. Check out the Classes and … Continue reading

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.NET Interop for Gadgets – A C# GMail Inbox Reader Example

Contents * Introduction * COM and ActiveX o .NET COM Interface o Gadget Adapter * Automatic Registration at Runtim * GMail Reader – Running .NET Code * Loading an Assembly * Putting it all Together * Summary Introduction Since the … Continue reading

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Unit Testable Configuration Manager

If you are a TDD purist, you should know that accessing file system in Unit Test is violating the rule. But in our application, our infrastructural code often requires to access the configuration values form web.config/app.config. In this post, I … Continue reading

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Scorpio – Cung Thiên Yết (24/10 – 22/11)

Từ tốn và quyến rũ, họ có nét riêng rất hấp dẫn. Với nguồn năng lượng cơ thể dồi dào và trí tuệ vốn có, Thiên Yết có năng lực lãnh đạo tuyệt vời. Nhiệt tình, sâu sắc và quyết … Continue reading

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WCF over Twitter

Contents Introduction Twitter protocol Splitting a SOAP message in Twits WCF plumbing Client side Server side Seems good so far, let’s try it! What I didn’t want to show you Conclusion Introduction The purpose of this article is learning for … Continue reading

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.NET Phone Communication Library Part IV – Receive SMS

Introduction In part II of the article, I showed you how to send SMS using a GSM modem which is built into your mobile phone. However, I did not show you how to detect incoming SMS. To detect new SMS … Continue reading

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how to remove: control, alt, delete to begin – at bootup

Does this do it for you? Click on Start-Run, type control userpasswords2, click on OK. When that opens, click on the “Advanced” tab, and in the “Secure Log On” section UNCHECK the appropriate box. How To Enable or Disable the … Continue reading

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