Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Economics of Immortality (part 2) and a real reason for moving platform.

The announcement in December 2014 that Microsoft was releasing a version of Visual Studio Community to virtually everyone for free and then again a further announcement in February 2016 of Microsoft’s purchase of Xamarin and subsequent release with VS community … Continue reading

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Using Task Scheduler and Visual Basic Scripts to automate pretty much anything Win 7

This is hardly ground breaking but windows Task Scheduler can be used to run VBS scripts on a variety of events to automate repetitive and boring tasks. Backups for example or refreshing caches on web browsers before users come in. … Continue reading

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Early and Late Binding

Good article on Early and Late Binding MSDN Early and Late binding Coding can appear very complicated sometimes but to simplify the difference in terms of implementation this line is very clear; The only difference between early binding and late … Continue reading

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