Monthly Archives: November 2009

Backblaze: not so blazing

I’ve tried the online backup service Backblaze now for the second time, with less than satisfying results. Backblaze offers unlimited online backup capacity for one computer for 5$ a month (that’s less than 4€ for lucky Europeans like myself), and

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Magically dispatching asynchronous method calls

One of the things I like less about Silverlight is the visibility of its Threading limitations code that has nothing to do with explicit threading. I think that explicitly handling the threads and everything attached is something that you should

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My new favourite Silverlight Panel

In a SIlverlight app I’m building I needed a panel that can display items in a given sort order that is less strict than the row index of a Grid. If multiple elements share the same sort order, fine, the

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