Monthly Archives: September 2007
I like this free antivirus. I think it’s one of the best.
I used it on all about my old pc: with XP, with my precedent Vista 32 bit and now on my new 64bit Vista.
I’m so happy that it’s available the new 64 bit version (or better.. the new version with 64 bit support).
I can’t believe that.. I read and read again this article about three time.
Sun will be one of the next Windows Server’s OEM!!!!
So will we ses Windows Server running on a Sparc Station or an UltraSpart Server??? Greattttt… Like an old article where you did see a Vista Ultimante runing on a MacBook.. eh eh
Looking aorund for some 64 bit software for my pc, under the burning program category I found this: Infrarecord
This is a new FREE program with another feature: it’s open source. So if you’re curious about how a burn program works this is your occasion to understand it better. The source code it’s under Sourceforge
A new blog site, inside MSDN, was created in Microsoft.
The title it’s about worryingly, but reading better we can see that it’s a new type of blogs for people interested in security and all the things that are behind various technologies.
Here more information.
It’s the first thing that I thought as soon as I see that word.. but after that I read better and I see and I found that after a lot of new abbreviation it’s seem that they have finished the fantasy!
This new abbreviation means: JDBC Runtime Generator for Eclipse, and it’s a new project from IBM for writing Java Database Application, inserted in the famous open source application.
But… using another abbreviation was so difficult??
Recently they have published the first version of NserviceBus (here for the download). The main task of this open source is to made easy the :Net Enterprise service development.
The best effort on this first release is focused on making the development of asynchronous and publish/subscribe services easier, looking at some disconnected feature, very important in a SOA environment.
Ok.. Sometimes I did it. Sometimes, especially now that I’m a novice working with WCF, studying all the sample code and trying to develop my first services, I found some problem consuming some resources, and to solve then I gave the administrator’s permission to the service (or the host application).
In this article he explain to us why it’s not so good to do it, and how to configure well our WCF services.
But not only the article is good. I think that all this blog can be useful like WCF’s resource..
I’m late (come on.. a little bit) on updating my english blog against the italian one.. I promise: I’ll do soon.. or better.. I’ll do today: all new posts together
.. Promise.. may be it’s better to say I hope it!