Almost exactly 10 years ago I got my first and only Microsoft certification. I took and passed the exam Microsoft Certified Professional for Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0. Today I took and passed my second certification, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4. Now I just need to make sure it isn’t 10 years to next certification.
I recently started a project over att CodePlex and found out that I had a new source control option, Mercurial.
When I read more about it I realized that this is a better option.
I recommend you also read more about it, who knows, it may be a better option for you too.
I went through my backup from the blog I had over at live.com and notices I missed quite a few posts. I am not a very regular blogger but have managed to get a few written over the years.
These are the ones I missed to copy here:
- How many beers does it take to install Windows Vista?
- MSDN Wiki beta
- Building Rotor (SSCLI) on Windows Vista
- WebBrowser and the DocumentCompleted event
- A neat little calculator
- Dialogs that pop up while typing
- Did you win the Microsoft Lottery?
- Visual Studio Orcas Beta 1
- Shell context menu sample in C#
- Mobile phones used as boomboxes
- Vista UAC
- Visual Studio Orcas March CTP
- Pentax Optio E20 quickly changed to Samsung Digimax S700
- Making life easier with Vista UAC
- Why are everyone bashing Vista?
- Vista is nice, but not all the time
- Vista is here
- Catching WM_MOUSEWHEEL and redirect it in .NET (C#/VB)
- Have you seen my january MSDN shipment?
- Windows 7 Here We Go!
There are some interesting topics. I will add the backlog of these posts soon.