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 […]

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 […]

It’s Time to Rethink “Pro”

There has always and invariably been a “pro” version of whatever software I have used.  This version was always enhanced with additional features that a frequent user would really want. Finely tuned options, extended ranges, elimination of handicaps from the free version, and a miriad of other enhancements for the application. This way of selling […]