Forwards and Backwards, CSLA, and Soviet Venus Pictures

It seems like lately I keep making progress on my dynamic proxy stuff (actually, the dynamic debugging/code-emitting file stuff), but then I run into another case that I didn't think of, and I have to take a couple of steps back. Plus, the clock is ticking - Ryan's going to be in our lives any day now, and that's going to completely kill my free time for a while, and I really want to get this code out there for people to peruse. It's frustrating, but I'm trying to perservere.

I introduced CSLA.NET to our current project. I've never used it before, but my current client's requirements seemed to hint that using CSLA would make things somewhat easier. So far I like what I see. As with any new framework, there are things that I agree with and other things I scratch my head at, but overall I think it's been a good choice to use it. Once I get more experience with it I'll through my $0.02 in.

Finally, I found this link, which contains pictures of Venus from a bunch of Soviet missions in the 70s and 80s. I remember seeing one of the pictures when I was younger, and it fascinated me...but it also frustrated me because I couldn't make sense out of it. This site has spent some time with the raw data and it's cool to see more of the pictures that were taken.

* Posted at 12.05.2006 08:21:27 PM CST | Link *

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