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  • Blog on the move adventures - Simple URL rewriting

    Yesterday I reported having moved my blog to another host, which went just fine. So, today I took a look at the stats that come with the hosting package to find out about the number of requests per day. I was pretty amazed to see about 14,000 hits per day. However, when diving a little deeper I saw that...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 11/04/2006
  • About a new blog hosting space and CAPTCHA validation

    Finally I've moved my blog to a new hosting space at DiscountASP.NET . In the past the blog was running on a privately held server of which I happened to be the system administrator. So I started looking for suitable hosting where I could hold the same domain names with enough space and monthly traffic...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 11/03/2006
  • The October 06 Month Report

    One month after the start of the Daily Blogging Mission I'm happy to see I survived yet another month: "a post a day keeps the ... away" . And again the comments and feedback have been great, so thanks everyone for the active participation. Furthermore, I'm proud to be re-elected as...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/31/2006
  • Demo tip - Pushd & Popd

    A little nice trick (on Windows XP and later) to navigate more quickly through folders is the use of pushd and popd . The names should ring the stack bell almost immediately. The commands are nothing more and nothing less than the cd command with stack support: This one is on my demo tips-n-tricks list...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/29/2006
  • Fun with MPPG/MPLex - Visual Studio 2005 SDK version 3.0

    Did you know the third version of the Visual Studio 2005 SDK was shipped about one month ago? I missed this one out for a while, so it's time to explore it right now. Check out Somasegar's WebLog too for information on it. One great thing in there is the MPPG/MPLex parser/lexer twin (just like yacc/lex...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/22/2006
  • IIS in figures - Random thoughts on Netcraft, Port80 and SecuritySpace

    Okay, let's counter the most popular kind of feedback for this type of posts: figures are relative, I know. But still I like them :-). Lately there has been a buzz around measuring the popularity of web services, especially when it comes down to blog sites likes spaces.live.com that assign a unique host...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/13/2006
  • Why I love Dell

    A little story of the day. As you can probably expect, I'm a heavy laptop user. Now, I'm very happy with my "bigboy" laptop but recently I had some issues. One letter on the keyboard (the 'O') doesn't work smooth at all times and there's a little spot on my LCD screen, probably by some dust that got...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/12/2006
  • MVP v4.0 shipped

    I'm proud to announce I've been awarded with the MVP Visual Developer - Visual C# title for the fourth time in row. Check out my MVP profile for funny photos and a fast facts sheet. In this post, I also want to grab the opportunity to thank all colleague community members across the globe for the wonderful...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/01/2006
  • A busy month - "September 06: The Daily Blogging Mission" revealed

    Tons of blog reader traffic lately on my blog, which is just great. September was a great month on a lot of fields, including my "Daily Blogging Mission" . There were just so many posts in the Notepad-queue waiting for publication. Well euhm, sort of. Most notepadded writing skeletons were even not of...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/01/2006
  • Windows Vista - Look mom, I'm ReadyBoost enabled

    Just bought a new USB stick with a capacity of 4 GB (3.78 GiB ); ideal to transfer ISO files and even VHD files (no, uncompressed Vista VHDs won't fit on the device). However, this is the ideal opportunity to test-drive Vista's ReadyBoost technology (codenamed EMD == "External Memory Device"). So, I...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 09/02/2006
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