Flagged Links #37
"Zero Punctuation: Spiderman: Web of Shadows" - It's good for slinging webs, and that's about it (or so says Zero).
"Henry Rollins Interview: The Strength of Thought" - Any time Henry talks, I'm listening.
"Why you should listen to celebrities" - Or not. The "the stupid, it burns" picture is awesome.
"Facebook in real life" - Online behaviors are always different.
"Re-creation of Hudson River Plane Landing" - That pilot really didn't have a lot of time.
"What's Wrong With C# 4.0's dynamic Keyword, and How I Think It Should Be Fixed" - I'm not entirely comfortable with the
dynamic keyword just yet. I agree with dynamic coding in C#, just not sure the current approach is the best one.
"Fatal Exceptions, and Why VB.NET Has a Purpose!" - That's a nice illustration of using filters in VB.
"Must Watch: Fantastic New Terminator Salvation Trailer!" - This movie looks like it's going to kick some serious ass.
"A New Look for Visual Studio 2010" - This is a little late, but VS2010 in WPF (with MEF) looks and acts so sweet.
"Thoughts on the Code Contracts Preview for .NET 4.0" - Go DbC!
"Towards smarter password management (part 2)" - It's not easy, but it needs to be done.
"10 Papers Every Programmer Should Read (At Least Twice)" - I gotta read me some of these!
"QuickGraph on Code Contracts" - More Pex goodness.
"Introducing Paint.NET v3.5’s new selection renderer" - Paint.NET just keeps trucking along.
"Introducing SilverUnit" - Yet another Silverlight testing framework.
"Adding Method-Missing support to VB.NET using CTru and Typemock Open-AOP" - Now this is very, very cool.
"Exploring Logo Designs with Mathematica" - Just in case you were looking to make a new logo.
* Posted at 03.06.2009 08:25:54 AM CST | Link *