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April 2009

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Looking for work

Dan Miser – Are you looking for a strong developer/architect with a serious passion for all things technical and a unique blend of experience? If so, feel free to email me. My main focus over the past couple of years has been on things ALT.NET-ish (e.g. ASP.NET MVC, NHibernate, Spring.NET, etc.) while I have ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Dan Miser @ 2009-04-22 20:29

February 2007

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Delphi User Group Meeting Cancelled

Dan Miser – Sorry for the changing plans, but I just received word that CodeGear won't be able to make it out here for the 2/27 meeting so the DUG meeting will be cancelled. They may be able to reschedule in April, so that will give us some more lead time, but for now, things are off. Thanks for your ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Dan Miser @ 2007-02-17 17:08
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Delphi User Group Meeting

Dan Miser – I just received an email from Anders Ohlsson, and he wants to schedule Milwaukee as a stop on a 10-city tour. I take that as a positive sign that Milwaukee matters enough to warrant a stop. Let's keep that perception alive by coming out and attending this meeting! The very tentative details right ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Dan Miser @ 2007-02-06 20:29

December 2006

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Ch- Ch- Changes

Dan Miser – It looks like lots of changes are going on here. First off, I am now working in C# full-time since I took a job with SpiderLogic. I think this is going to be a great opportunity for me to expand and grow again. I doubt I will ever be out of Delphi completely, but my new focus is definitely going to ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Dan Miser @ 2006-12-18 16:42
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Training material for MSSQL CE

Dan Miser – Rory Blyth has a couple of good videos on MSDN TV, showing how to use MSSQL Mobile Edition on a CF device. They are older, so they don't cover all the new nomenclature (and probably newer features), but there are a couple of good tips and tricks in there, and it contains good coverage of Remote Data ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-08 10:56
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Recipe: CF 2.0 and MSSQL Compact Edition 3.1 installations

Dan Miser – Here's my experience getting this combination of tools to work properly. At times, it was extremely frustrating, and other times it was confusing. MS has not helped much what with obsolete, out-dated, mis-named, and near impossible to find products. Hopefully the RTM version will have everything ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-07 09:59
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Data Access Application Block, CF version

Dan Miser – I've been working on a .NET Compact Framework (CF) 2.0 application, and one thing that this applciation needed was access to a local database on the PDA. In addition, I was hoping to leverage some of the MS Application Blocks, specifically the Data Access Application Block, to make things easier and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-06 10:50
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James Bond, eat your heart out

Dan Miser – I've been listening to the non-technical blog, Mondays, for a while now. It's pretty funny, and people like Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell (of DotNet Rocks and DotNet Rocks TV fame), and Mark Miller showcase their humor outside the realm of all things technical. One running segment in the show ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-05 11:02
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USB drive not being recognized

Dan Miser – I had a situation the other day where I put my USB drive in and it wasn't being fully recognized. It was actually there according to the Add/Remove Hardware program, but it wasn't being assigned a drive. I noticed that this PC had drive letters C:-E: taken locally, and a network drive was being ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-04 10:33
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CodeRush and Refactor!

Dan Miser – CodeRush and Refactor! are 2 very powerful VS.NET add-ins that let you program faster. They are made by Developer Express, which is a software company that I have had nothing but incredible dealings with over the years in the Delphi area. As a matter of fact, I used CodeRush for about a year on ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2006-12-04 00:38
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CodeRush and Refactor!

Dan Miser – CodeRush and Refactor! are 2 very powerful VS.NET add-ins that let you program faster. They are made by Developer Express, which is a software company that I have had nothing but incredible dealings with over the years in the Delphi area. As a matter of fact, I used CodeRush for about a year on ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-03 18:38
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CopyAsHtml

Dan Miser – CopyAsHTML is a VS.NET 2005 add-in that will take source code from VS.NET, and copy the pretty-printed version as compliant HTML code. It also works with things like XML. The quote on their web site has proven to be true for me so far: "If Visual Studio can highlight it, CSAH can copy it, and your ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-12-02 17:44

November 2006

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Blog and Web site infrastructure

Dan Miser – After countless messages from Steve Trefethen and my new co-worker Geoff Lane harassing me about updating my web site, I finally started to do it last night. Here's what I did: I've been running Google Analytics on my web site for a while now. I was finally able to add it to the blog portion of ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-11-30 11:06
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Burning ISO images

Dan Miser – Here's an annoying fact: Dell ships a severely limited version of Roxio tools that can't even burn an ISO image to CD. I didn't really appreciate being pushed forcefully towards a $69.99 upgrade of a tool that issues an AV every time I try to register, so I went looking for a trustworthy ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmiser@wi.rr.com @ 2006-11-19 12:14
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Claiming dibs on a reinvented term (PONO)

Dan Miser – I've been doing a lot more .NET lately, and while doing that, I've been evaluating a lot of different architectures and patterns. During my career, I've done mainly Delphi and Java, with some side jaunts into less travelled paths (e.g. MUMPS, Intermec, etc.). One thing that I have definitely learned ...
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