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Yak Shaving Digest 2011-08-13

Aug 14 2011No Comments by justin

This blog post is inspired by Brendan W McAdams (blog | twitter) for introducing me to the term yak shaving, Aaron Bertrand (blog | twitter) for his Connect Digests and Jennifer Lopez (not that one) (website | twitter) for expressing ┬áher desire to see the intersect of who she follows on twitter and who follows her, which thereby made me want to do the same thing. I was working on a C# console app the past week or so that would find the intersect of my following and followed by list on twitter. …

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RedGate Reflector 7 news roundup

Feb 03 2011No Comments by justin

Below is a series of links related to todays news that RedGate will cease to offer a free version of its .NET Reflector product. The ZDNet article that broke the story The official RedGate announcement Youtube interview by the CEO of RedGate Redgate forum dedicated to this announcement JetBrains blog post alluding to a replacement they have been working on Jb Evain has announced he is working on a Mono.Cecil based decompiler on twitter For completeness, my earlier post on the matter …

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RedGate is no longer free? I say open source it!

Feb 02 2011No Comments by justin

As of today, RedGate's .NET Reflector is no longer free. It is now $35. In an interview their CEO claimed they can not justify dedicating any developer resources to the product under the current free model. I am a big fan of Redgate's SQL Compare tool, it makes DB deploys as easy as code deploys. I've used .NET Reflector, although naturally its not the sort of thing I use on a regular basis. I had mixed reactions at first. I do think that $35 is a fair price for the tool. I am glad that they …

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Cassini is now on github.

Apr 05 2010No Comments by justin

This weekend I created a github repository for Cassini, the small, single executable, Ms-PL web server which Microsoft released for developers. This was motivated by my SVG experiments, because Cassini does not serve svg files with the proper content type. I coded a simple workaround to set the mime type and wanted to give it back to the community. While there are two codeplex projects with Cassini enhancements, Cassini++ and CassiniDev, I felt github was the place to host Cassini changes. …

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