Gol Agha, you know him all, died today in Mehr hospital. God bless his soul and rest in peace.
All items for April, 2004
Roy talks about a nice way for unblocking attachments in Outlook.
I started gathering little, iconesque web images for myself so that I could compare, contrast, and study the techniques used by other graphic artists on the web. My initial pool of images looked so interesting that I decided to continue methodically hunting and capturing the icons for a public display piece.
Via Anil Dash’s Daily Links.
Born in Mexico City, Miguel de Icaza was the driving force behind the creation of the Gnome free software desktop, and co-founded the open source company Ximian, bought last August by Novell. In July 2001, he helped start another ambitious project, Mono: a free implementation for GNU/Linux of Microsoft’s .Net framework. He talks to Glyn Moody about Mono’s progress, how Ximian was bought by Novell, and why he is so scared of Microsoft’s Longhorn. Read More . . .
From Microsoft Watch: It’s been a year since Microsoft shipped Windows Server 2003. The company is calling it the best-selling version of Windows server ever. So what’s Redmond got planned for an encore? The server team has a lot on its plate for this year and next (and we’re not just talking about delivering Longhorn Server in 2006/2007+). On its checklist: Convincing customers to upgrade from NT 4.0 before the end of 2004; evangelizing its forthcoming 64-bit Windows Server variants; and rolling out the interim “R2″ Windows Server release. And that’s just for starters.
Congratulation to Nima for new look of Pendar web site.
NDepend analyses .NET assemblies of an application and generates design quality metrics. NDepend allows you to automatically measure the quality of a design in terms of its extensibility, reusability and maintainability. Moreover, NDepend helps you to get a thorough view of the topology of your application, both at component and at type level. Read More . . .
Ian Levit has commented on one of my old posts about MS JVM Removal Tools that the link has dead. There is a discussion on the same topic in Channel9 which might help you.
RegisterFly, has blocked Iranian domains giving the following reason:
“In response to our letter, asking why you blocked Iranian domains, you called us terrorists and said we shouldn’t be involved in subjects that- as you call it- we don’t know about.”
I don’t know whether this is true or not, but even if the reply is not the case, the action of blocking domain names, which are something international, is not ok and making things messy like what happened for us 3 years ago about GoDaddy company will be happening about RegisterFly.
This is unfair…really unfair. Please support us.