I need to remind myself :
- I need to check out the outlook search plugin
- P/Invoke Interop Headers for C# - Every tried to write a P/Invoke signature by hand? It can be challenging for some parts of the Win32 API. Although of course, it is so much better when you don't have to do this. [via Brad Abrams] (via Peter)
- Testing ASP.NTE Applications with NUnitASP and NUnit - A handy step-by-step guide from Justin Gehtland. (this and the next one via LarkWare)
- Advanced Unit Test, Part V - Unit Test Patterns - Marc Clifton considers his excellent series formalizing unit testing.
- Stuff I did not know about inline DevDoc documentation (sadly only for C#?)
- Some things do have a happy ending. Frans's reported Code Theft was magically solved after a quick ping up to the SlashDot gods, by Shannon J. Hagger. Coolness.
- Read the latest MSDN magazine, especially the parts about using the .Net Profiling APIs (via FurryGoat)
- BIG VISIBLE CHARTS is a good way to go on a project. I agree.
- Slate launched their RSS feed today, and with it, published an excellent introduction to RSS article by Paul Boutin. (via Luke)
- The Offline Application Block went live (via The Technologist) (yeah I know I'm late on that one)
- The Technologist Also has a very detailed article : The life of an HTTP Request. Looks like everything I ever wanted to know, or didn't even know there was in the ASP.Net Request process.
- The more I hear and read about SmallTalk, the more I feel like I'm missing something incredibly good. I just wish I had a working incentive to check it out more professionaly.
- Amazon now has a ton of predefined search feeds. Wow. (via Cincom)
- If you use Borland Tools, check out their feeds. Lots of good content for that developer community.... (again via Cincom)
- If I need to start learning about Indigo from the start, this is where I would start.
- Ooh! FreeTextBox 2.0 has been released! (via Scott)
- Useful .NET Performance Links
- FindStr.exe - an egrep-like tool (Find in files based on regex). And here's a good how to use it article. (both via Darren)
Enough for now. Maybe more later...