Monthly Archives: July 2005

File or assembly name System.ServiceProcess.dll, or one of its dependencies, was not found.

If youa re trying to view service information on a web page and you have added the directives:    <%@ Assembly Name="System.ServiceProcess" %> <%@ Import Namespace="System.ServiceProcess" %>   you will porbably see the error   File or assembly name System.ServiceProcess.dll, … Continue reading

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eWeek, .NET, FUD

eWeek seems to have really outdone itself on the journalistic nonsense stakes with this piece of Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt FUD about .NET. Their angle that VCs are not investing in .NET projects is undermined by their chief source Brad … Continue reading

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Triple-D returns in October

Craig was the first to blog about it, but the UK Code Camp DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper day is set to return on October 22nd. As Craig mentions the call is out for speakers for this event. In a break from last time … Continue reading

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Rory Blyth in town

It looks like Rory Blyth is in town and looking to meet up with some Londoners for a geek dinner. Not able to attend myself (smooching with wife after period of travelling)  but mentioned in case in London .NET’ers wanted … Continue reading

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Survivor voices

I’m very impressed by Rachel’s account of her experience in the bombed tube carriage on the Picadilly line and her determination to return to normal. Particularly striking is the hope in her statement   And yes, I probably will feel scared and I … Continue reading

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London .NET User Group 27 July

 I do not have a firm running order yet but the plan for the 27th is to have a session on XP/Agile. Tentative plans include an introduction to XP/Agile, playing the XP game, and a panel session on XP/Agile. While … Continue reading

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London Calling

It is a strange feeling being a Londoner, but out of my city when it goes through one of its toughest days for years. Part of me feels very lucky that I did not have to go through it, but … Continue reading

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