Archive for July 2007

On “Ongoing Dialog With Dell”

In a post earlier this year, I wrote about how DELL uses inaccurate and even false technical data in its marketing material in order to attract consumer’s attention to a particular group of products it was offering. Continue reading ‘On “Ongoing Dialog With Dell”’ »

Switching from AT&T to … AT&T – My Experience

SBC Yahoo (now AT&T) was the internet service provider I used when I was living in Wisconsin. When I moved to Connecticut, I had to re-establish my internet service. Continue reading ‘Switching from AT&T to … AT&T – My Experience’ »

VS 2005 Large File Handling Issue

Nowadays software is becoming more and more complex. Continue reading ‘VS 2005 Large File Handling Issue’ »

Site Upgraded to dasBlog 1.9.7174.0

OK, the Captcha issue has been bugging me for quite a while. Continue reading ‘Site Upgraded to dasBlog 1.9.7174.0’ »

XSLT More Robust in VS .Net 2005 than VS .Net 2003

Recently I noticed that the support for XSLT in Visual Studio .Net 2003 was all but lousy. Continue reading ‘XSLT More Robust in VS .Net 2005 than VS .Net 2003’ »

Yet Another Guide to Dynamic Assembly loading and Execution Using Reflection

Download ReflectionTest.zip

There are already many good guides out there illustrating how to construct a weakly coupled system that dynamically loads in modules as needed. In .Net, this can be accomplished using reflection. Continue reading ‘Yet Another Guide to Dynamic Assembly loading and Execution Using Reflection’ »