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A .NET developer living in Denver.


Jan
4
answered Do you keep your ideas secret? and why?
Jan
2
answered What's the best Open Source code you've ever seen?
Dec
25
awarded  Organizer
Dec
25
revised How are you using the Managed Extensibility Framework?
edited tags
Dec
25
comment What are the differences among the .NET certification exams?
I'd like to clarify your post: MCSD and MCAD exams were retired in 2009 and if you don't have them already, you can't get them. The .NET 2.0 exams (with 1 exception: 70-536) get retired June 2011 as VS 2005 gets "end of life" at that time. The specific exam for Silverlight (70-506) hasn't come out of beta yet.
Dec
24
answered What is the difference between WCF service and a simple Web service in developing using .NET Framework?
Dec
23
answered Is reinventing the wheel really all that bad?
Dec
23
answered What is meant by XML/XSLT/XPath and asynchoronous programming?
Dec
20
answered Ternary operator considered harmful?
Dec
19
answered How do you maintain productivity outside of work? (Programming Schedule)
Dec
10
comment do you allow people to work late?
@Wonko, well, I wrote the resignation letter just like I described in that thread.
Dec
10
answered do you allow people to work late?
Dec
9
answered 5 years of university education vs. 5 years of work experience - Which would you pick if hiring?
Dec
9
awarded  Editor
Dec
9
revised How do programmers quit a job?
Eating my own dogfood
Dec
7
answered Is it getting harder to hire VB.NET developers?
Dec
6
comment Understanding Microsoft SQL certifications
@kacalapy, you want exams 70-433 and 70-451. See microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/cert-sql-server.aspx (in particular the MCTS and MCITP tabs).
Dec
3
answered Why aren't databases integrated as a language feature?
Nov
30
answered Understanding Microsoft SQL certifications
Nov
30
awarded  Nice Answer