Category Archives: .NET

ironruby under mono

Today, I have made a patch to fix the rakefile of Microsoft team of IronRuby. This patch allow ironruby to be compiled with mono with the basic rakefile. You just have to use mono flag : “rake compile mono=1”. You … Continue reading

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.NET advantage released!

For all people using .NET in your job, the basic controls/components of .NET are not enough sometimes and you have to develop components. you have a lot of .NET package on the .NET to help you. With all this stuff, … Continue reading

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wiki and code

The core ideas of wiki are: Every readers are authors Keep language easy ( easier than html) When you write a text you can flag all keyword to make it expandable for future. The first is the concept is not … Continue reading

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busy life

So sorry to not post since 1 week but I had a lot of work. First, I will leave soon pepsico France for SAGE. The issue is that, I am the only one in IT team who know business part … Continue reading

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open ID

I have ever talked about open ID. To sum up, Open ID is an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity. For non geek people, You have only one password to remember which will authenticate you everywhere on web. … Continue reading

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Great tool

I will talk about a great tool which is not a lot used by developer. This tool is not recent but it is not a lot used. So I will try to make people used it! A lot of developer … Continue reading

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.NET framework 1.1 2.0 3.0 3.5 2.1…

A lot of people get crazy with all this version. So, I will try to sum up what is difference between all this releases! .NET framework 1.1 : It is the basic framework, so, I will not take the time … Continue reading

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