Monthly Archives: January 2005

Yahoo Mail! and AC_SelectedEmails

Just to help any others out who may be experiencing the same symptoms – I had a problem where I was unable to hit ‘Send’ when replying or sending using Yahoo Mail (through IE) of late. I kept getting a … Continue reading

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London .NET User Group future dates

So what our are future, but no presentation announced, dates. We can let you know out to June and they are as follows: Wednesday 30th MarchThursday 19th AprilThursday 19th MayThursday 23rd June

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Style Guides

One XP practice we need to implement better is our set of coding standards . While we don’t have strong disagreements, up to now the standards ahve been pretty much verbally agreed and ad hoc. So I have always wanted to put something more definite in … Continue reading

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London .NET User group 26th January

A quick reminder on this one: I will be presenting on Patterns of Data Access in .NET (there is a full outline on the web site: http://www.dnug.org.uk) and Graham Parker of VBUG will be talking about Java/.NET Intertop (full session … Continue reading

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BYOKDM for all

It seems to be impossible to escape the news around Apple’s Mac mini release. A huge number of bytes have been spent commenting on the reasons behind Apple’s decision, Cringley’s comment that Apple has dollars to burn building market share on the back of … Continue reading

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London .NET user group: 26 January takes shape

The line up for January 26th is taking shape.I will be presenting on Patterns of Data Access in .NET (there is a full outline on the web site: http://www.dnug.org.uk) and Graham Parker of VBUG will be talking about Java/.NET Intertop … Continue reading

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