Author Archives: Lee

Mid-life crisis and electronics!

My normal way of tackling hobbies is to dive head first into something (electronics, game programming, wood working, paper craft, robotics, leather working, …) and pour my heart and soul into it… for about 2 weeks.  Then my enthusiasm wanes … Continue reading

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Back of the brain…

This is going to be a living post.  In it I’ll keep a continually changing and morphing list of things I’ve ran across that I want to dig into further and research, learn, play with, etc.

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Sorting C# Enum.GetValue(…)

This one caused me a bit of frustration.  Enum.GetValue(…) returns a non-generic Array.  I tried all manner of ways to sort it (short of writing my own quicksort).  If I typed Enum.GetValue(…).OrderBy, there is no OrderBy.

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The 32-bit version of Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor (MSVSMON.EXE) cannot be used to debug 64-bit processes …

I’ve gotten used to manually starting IISExpress instead of using [F5] in Visual Studio 2010 to start a debugging session. Whenever I need to do server-side debugging, I manually attach Visual Studio’s debugger to the IISExpress.exe process

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Feeding Time at the O.K. Corral

They all ate together for the first time tonight with no hissing, no growling, no chasing a kitten away so their food can be

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Lazy and Productive day…

If you ask the cats, it was a lazy day today.  Salem has finally accepted the two new annoyances… er, I mean kittens.  Smokey (in the middle) and Storm (on the right) are still shying away from human touch, but … Continue reading

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XAML Tags and .NET Types

One concept I had to get my brain wrapped around when learning WPF was the tight relationship XAML tags and .NET types had.  I’ve done a lot of desktop development in the past (GDI/GDI32, User32, WinForms …), but I’ve done … Continue reading

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