Writing a Managed Internet Explorer Extension: Part 4–Debugging

 Picking up where we left of with Writing a Managed Internet Explorer Extension, debugging is where I wanted to go next. I promise I’ll get to more “feature” level stuff, but when stuff goes wrong, and it will, you need to know how to use your toolset. .NET Developers typically write some code and press F5 to see it work. When an exception, the debugger, already attached, steps up to the plate and tells you everything that is wrong. When you write an Internet Explorer Extension it isn’t as simple as that. You need to attach the debugger to an … Continue reading Writing a Managed Internet Explorer Extension: Part 4–Debugging

A Really Super Light and Simple IoC Container for Windows Phone 7

I finally managed to get the Windows Phone 7 tools installed. I’m not going to vent on that anymore because I feel like I’ve done that enough already – and once they did install correctly they’ve been very pleasurable to use. I started working on an application, and old habits die hard. I like Inversion of Control, it’s a major need for me simply because I’ve forced my mind to work like that. I’ve previously worked with Unity and Windsor. Unity has grown on me a lot, and I like it. However, none of them seem to work in Windows … Continue reading A Really Super Light and Simple IoC Container for Windows Phone 7

My Netbook Vaio P running Chrome OS – The Experience

I have a small little netbook, a Vaio P. It’s a cool little laptop, and I took it in favor of a clunker laptop. It handles 95% of my needs, and it’s actually pretty fast. a 128 GB solid state drive, and 2 GB of (non upgradable) RAM. It ran Windows 7 perfectly, only hiccupping on performance when it came to video and medium to large Visual Studio solutions. But I didn’t get it for development, I got it for a browser and a chat client (this was pre-iPad days). I figured if all I used it for was that, … Continue reading My Netbook Vaio P running Chrome OS – The Experience