Mon, January 1, 2007, 06:56 AM under dotNET
Exactly two years ago on New Year's day, I wrote the Best of "The Moth" 2004 blog enrty where I picked my favorite blog entries out of 96 posts. Exactly one year ago I had to choose from 151 posts to find the ones I thought were the best in terms of content and the result was the Best of "The Moth" 2005.
The year of 2006 I made 142 blog entries and below are a select few. Happy New Year!01.
I didn't have a chance to play with it as much as I wanted to, but with very little public info available, this blog served it well: .NET Micro Framework
, its product sheet
and other NETMF links
Recognising an idiom of the using
A cute desktop feature implemented for the Windows Mobile/WinCE platform in a reusable NETCF control: TextBox cue banner
A picture is worth a 100 words and a video is... a whole bunch of pictures! Check mine out following the instructions here for my nuggets
A comprehensive collection of links for Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)
I collected the links to my 9 blog posts on sharing assets between desktop and mobile platforms in one place. Follow the numbered links
The most controversial feature of Windows Vista is something every developer must understand: User Account Control
One of Vista's features is becoming my obsession and that is SideShow. My series of SideShow gadgets blog posts will continue in 2007 and so far you can read parts one
I spent 6 months last year focusing almost entirely on Vista developer features that are new and that are *not* part of NetFx3. I have catalogued my blogging & screencasting efforts in a large collection of links to content that supports my speaking engagements on Vista. IMO this blog post alone could have been the best of "The Moth" this year:
Vista-only features for the managed developer.Stay tuned in 2007 via one of the subscribe options on the left :-)