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Fund-raising in the Street is Dangerous

I don’t know if this is particularly popular elsewhere, but here in the Louisville area it seems to be very popular to fund-raise in the street. A group trying to support some cause will wear reflective vests and solicit donations from drivers waiting on red lights. I have nothing against charity, but this is incredibly […]

Presentation: LINQ Basics

While I would not consider myself an expert on Microsoft’s LINQ technology, I would definitely consider myself an enthusiast. Others might call me a LINQ evangelist. Either way, I think LINQ is really cool. The reason that computers exist is to process data. And rarely does anyone need to work with a data set with […]

Season 2 of Derek Coming Soon!

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Season 1 of Derek on Netflix. This show, staring Ricky Gervais is possibly the most moving portrayal of human interaction I have ever seen. I’m stoked that this Netflix Original got picked up for a second season, which will be available on May 30th. It doesn’t […]

Reminders From My Wife

Reminders From My Wife

Technically not married yet, but soon enough. My wife has taken to leaving me reminders around the house. They’re adorable, and so is she. All images have been scanned and vectorized.

Limitations In Chaining References Across Class Libraries

So I discovered something interesting today when working with class libraries and references in .Net. It isn’t necessarily a bug, but it is definitely not the behavior I would expect. Let me explain what I did, what I expected, and what actually happened. What I Did I was working in a large solution, let’s call […]