Monthly Archive: February 2007

WF Passivation Services Issues

WF Passivation Services Issues

If you’re expecting the WF (Windows Workflow) passivation services to work out of the box, well, you’re half right.  From one of my workflows, I’ve been able to trap that an error was being thrown at some point during execution, but...

Ouch!

Ouch!

That’s gotta hurt: Windows Vista is Windows ME Part 2. It took five years to develop because three of those were spent building a brand new code base that didn’t work at all and wound up getting scrapped, and the...

Another Reason to Switch to Sprint?

Another Reason to Switch to Sprint?

Yet another reason?  You can give the “one-fingered salute to Verizon totally painless to you “. The timing couldn’t have been more perfect…

Thoughts on Sprint PCS

Thoughts on Sprint PCS

This post is completely off topic, but I feel like I have to get it out there for people who are just sick of looking at $$$$ cell phone bills.  If you think about it, a family of four will...

Setting Links in Word Programmatically

Setting Links in Word Programmatically

Since I didn’t find anything on this topic via Google… Just a quick “how to” on setting links in Microsoft Word programmatically (in this case, C#):

The code is wrapped in a function call I’m using for testing. The key...

Revisiting Spring.Net

Revisiting Spring.Net

Spring.Net is an application framework which has its roots in the Spring Framework for Java. Now first of all, I know many developers have an averse reaction to the use of the phrase “application framework” and immediately reject such things...

The Allure of the WWW

The Allure of the WWW

Not everyone can appreciate the simple elegance of the ethereal structure that we know as the Internet.  It is not the average person that will sit and contemplate the transmission of data from one node to another, thousands of miles away...

Most Annoying Error Ever.

  So I’ve been working on this Windows Forms app for the past month and recently, it started developing this very odd error that occurs only after a successful build, just as I fire up the window.  Behold: Argh!  What’s...

My Thoughts on WF

My Thoughts on WF

As I commented in a post on Paul Andrew’s blog regarding what WF is and what it is not: As I’ve been working with WF these last few weeks, I’ve come to form another view of WF and what it...