- IKVM 0.38 Release Candidate 0 – Jeroen Frijters announces the first Release Candidate of IKVM 0.38. IKVM is a Java virtual machine that runs under Mono and the .NET Framework.
- SequenceViz 0.9 :: WPF based Sequence diagram viewer – Nauman Leghari announces a new release of SequenceViz, an application that allows users to construct UML Sequence diagrams. This update means that the program now uses WPF to draw the diagrams removing some of the issues caused by the old SVG + IE solution.
- PipelineTesting v220.127.116.11 Released – Tomas Restrepo announces the release of PipelineTesting v18.104.22.168, a library to help the unit testing of pipeline component, schema and that actual pipelines in BizTalk 2006
- ASP.NET Dynamic Language Support Refreshed! – Jimmy Schementi walks through the recent ASP.NET Dynamic Language support release, showing (using plenty of screen shots) the construction of a simple web app in Python.
- Why you REALLY need to think about your interfaces – Brian Genisio talks about a problem he ran into with an existing interface, and how if the original developer had put some more thought into the interface before it was set in stone solving this problem would have been a lot easier
- Guidelines and Coding Standards Complete List Download – Pinal Dave puts together a short document covering Coding Standards and best practice guidelines for developers working in SQL.
- Five Tips for Floating Point Programming – Floating point numbers are strange things, and many developers forget their quirks. In this article John D. Cook looks at the five most important things to consider when working with floating point numbers.
- Browser Rendering Differences and Browser Resets – Rick Strahl examines the rendering differences between browsers that drive developers potty. Rick then explains the solution to this problem, using CSS Browser resets to ensure that every browser sets out at the same point before applying your CSS.
- "Zermatt" Resources for Developers and Architects – Rick Rainey rounds up a good collection of links on ‘Zermatt’, the forthcoming framework for claims based identity from Microsoft.
- How NOT To Optimize LINQ Statements – Nick Berardi tells of an unsuccessful attempt to optimise the SQL produced by Linq to SQL by changing the query. Optimisation is always the hardest part of using any ORM.
- Off Topic: Latte Printer – Latte Art goes high tech with the ability to print designs on to the top of your drink – this looks really cool – I wonder if we will see these in the real world.