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Customizing Graffiti: Chalk RedirectIfSinglePost

In my last post I promised a wealth of Graffiti posts would soon be flowing from my finger tips. Here is my first and probably my favorite Graffiti customization - the RedirectIfSinglePost Chalk extension. I have used this on every Graffiti site...


Review, CodeMash, and Preview - More Graffiti

It's a late Saturday night in early January and I'm drinking a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, downloading the Windows 7 Beta, catching up on my RSS reader, doing a year-end inventory and analysis and thinking about my goals for the new year. The "new...


Real-time code reviews with CommitMonitor

After reading DaveD’s blog post about using CommitMonitor back in March I downloaded it and have been using it since. CommitMonitor is a small tool that lives in your system tray that monitors SVN repositories for new commits. Up until recently,...


What are people saying about me?

I was catching up on some blog posts this evening and one of them sparked an interest in sharing. Earlier this year a couple of other devs and I were gathered around talking to Jeff Blankenburg while he was cleaning up after doing a presentation...


Looking at ASP.NET MVC – following my own lead

Several months ago I posted about one of my newest sites, ASPDotNetMVC.com. One of the main reasons for creating the site was for my own selfish purposes. I had begun digging into ASP.NET MVC and I wanted a site that aggregated all the...


Can I get a Mulligan on the case order?

This is part 5 in a series about building an Eco-Friendly Economical Windows Home Server. Part 1: In search of an Eco-Friendly Economical Home Server Part 2: In search of an Eco-Friendly Economical Home Server 2, Electric Boogaloo Part 3: A...


Ordered parts for Eco-friendly Economical Windows Home Server

This is part 4 in a series about building an Eco-Friendly Economical Windows Home Server. Part 1: In search of an Eco-Friendly Economical Home Server Part 2: In search of an Eco-Friendly Economical Home Server 2, Electric Boogaloo Part 3: A...


Sample OpenID ASP.NET Web Site

A couple of months ago I posted how to add OpenID to your existing web site in conjunction with ASP.NET Membership. In the comments a few times I was asked to post the code to the OpenID login user control or to create a sample project to share....


Save your Kudos for your Annual Review

Over the last several years I’ve gotten into the habit of saving any “kudos” emails that get sent to me into a folder with the creative name of “Kudos”. I don’t know where I picked up this habit, but from time to time I’ve shared this tip with...


The double dog dare gets me every time!

I wondered when some of these pictures from DevLink would surface. Between the dares and doubts of those who said I couldn't fit into a medium t-shirt - I had to do it. A big "thanks" to Dave Giard for capturing the moment. Check out the guns! I...