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  • Azure Book Reviews

    A few weeks ago I've got two Windows Azure books from Apress for review and giveaway on the group meeting. In the very moment when I opened the first one I knew it will be difficult to review books about a something I don't really know that much about. Usually I would need just a few hours to...
    Posted to Lazy Developer by Jimmy on 02-18-2010
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  • LG BD390 Blu-ray player and D-Link DIR 655 Router: not friends

    A month or so ago I bought a Blu-ray player. I waited a bit to buy one of those because, frankly speaking, the improved image quality and any bonus features in the discs weren't attractive enough for me to replace the DVD player. I also wanted a networked player that could stream movies from my Netflix...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 11-04-2009
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  • Taking PeepCode for a spin

    A rainy weekend and some brain hunger made me finally do something I had been meaning to do for a while. Once I posted about my interest in screencasts and their power to make information memorable. This last weekend I filled up my shopping cart over at PeepCode with a bunch of material that was on my...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 04-28-2009
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  • You should be using Balsamiq Mockups

    I’ve heard many people rave about Balsamiq Mockups , an Adobe AIR app that helps design user interfaces, but until today I had never looked into using it myself. Like many developers, I don’t mind opening up my IDE to build a prototype and us that to tweak my user interface from. I felt that...
    Posted to ViNull, Off the Record by Michael C. Neel on 04-08-2009
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  • Easy project administration with Unfuddle

    I don't come out often to sing praises for any product, I'd say I even tend to complain more than anything. That said, sometimes I come across a product that strikes all the right chords. Recently I started using Unfuddle and ...just Wow! What a delightful experience. I can't say I was exactly...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 03-08-2009
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  • Generated by a tool, not for human consumption

    A few years ago I had an interesting discussion with some of my then coworkers about the XML comments in our code. XML comments were useful in some cases because we were writing some libraries to be shared with many of our applications. We kept the DLLs, the XML and the CHM all in the build folder for...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 01-30-2009
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  • Cruise and Agile discussed - videos forthcoming

    Update: The videos of the presentation and discussion have been posted. This month's Chicago ALT.NET meeting was pretty awesome and it was all caught in video. As soon as I have some time to do some post-production on the raw material (read, just stitch pieces together) I'll make it available...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 08-15-2008
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  • Design Patterns in Ruby - book review

    I have a friend that is very much into Design Patterns and wanted to learn Ruby with a more applied perspective of the language. I went the exact opposite direction. I know a little bit of Ruby already and I wanted to improve my limited patterns knowledge. What we had in common is that we both picked...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 07-22-2008
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  • The new crop of .NET Screencasts

    I finally carved up some time and watched the first episode of Steve Bohlen 's Summer of NHibernate . These are sessions that Steve recorded for his team's Dine and Discuss events and he was kind enough to share with the entire community. Steve undoubtfully knows his stuff and how to explain...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 07-20-2008
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  • JavaScript: The Good Parts - book review

    I just finished reading Douglas Crockford's JavaScript: The Good Parts and it only took me a few hours to go through it this weekend. This is a short and delightful read. The book has not been released in print yet and I read it via O'Reilly's Safari Bookshelf, which will be the subject of...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 05-11-2008
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