Dennis van der Stelt

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ClickOnce issues

I’m having a fair amount of trouble with ClickOnce, now I’m actually using it. I’m researching how updates can be user initiated. Some problems are simply solved be restarting Visual Studio 2005. One problem...

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An introduction into the TDD Mantra

A while ago I gave a presentation, called “An introduction into the TDD Mantra”. The occasion was a technical meeting with some colleagues, to whom I wanted to introduce at least the principles behind...

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XBox 360 Stand Off

A great commercial for XBox 360 did not make it onto American National TV for some reason. I find it so funny however, I just had to mention it here. You can find the...

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FITnesse and .NET

FIT is definitely something I have to dig into in the near future. I’m trying really hard to make the shift to, and understand Test-Driven Development. FIT is something that will definitely come in...

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MSDN Webcast: Agile and eXtreme Programming

The people behind Enterprise Library will be doing a webcast about Agile and eXtreme Programming. Join this patterns & practices webcast with the Enterprise Library development team to learn about their experiences doing agile development...

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Google Analytics

Google has been at it again. As far as I know, they released it kind of silently, but they now offer statistics for your website. After you’ve signed up for an account, you get...

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Multiple .NET Framework versions

For the client I’m currently at, I was looking for some Microsoft documents on what they say about running multiple versions next to each other and what version will be loaded. A lot of this...

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Express products free for a year!

I was a bit confused by Dan Fernandez’s post about the Microsoft Express products being free for a year. I thought they’d all be free forever. Especially SQL-Server Express (where’s the 2005 in there?)...

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Anko has entered the blogosphere

Anko Duizer, who will be my colleague (and boss 😉 in a couple of weeks, has entered the Blogosphere. He’ll mostly cover his experiences at Class-A, and already has a topic about a SODA course...

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DotNetNuke is not open source

Rob Howard is ‘surprised‘ to find out about the Slashdot mentality. They and especially a lot of their visitors seem to think that DotNetNuke isn’t open source. The source is definitely open, but it uses...