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July 26, 2009

Mac ProKit 5.0 Update

Filed under: Life with Mac — David Chu @ 9:55 pm
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This is an update I got today.

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July 25, 2009

LINQ and Lambda Expression in .Net 3.5

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 10:40 pm
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I began to switch to .Net 3.5 framework and to use Visual Studio 2008 about couple months ago. As a experienced .Net developer in 2.0 for many years, I did not notice the big difference at the beginning. When I created a new project or new class, I saw Visual Studio adding System.LINQ, System.Data and System.XML automatically. Since I did not use any classes from those namespaces, I had to remove or delete them manually. I felt quite annoying. I had been basically writing the .Net 2.0 codes. Of course, I took advantage of Property features at the start point and that one makes codes much simpler than before.

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July 19, 2009

My Favorite Browser Still FireFox

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 10:19 pm
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Google has launched its Chrome for a while. It was very impressive in terms of its peed and simplicity. I enjoyed it very much. It does have have Mac version and it is still in development stage.

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Network Drive Mapping Class

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 9:36 pm
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Today my friend asked me a question about how to map to a network share-point as a local logical drive with user name and password. I recalled that I had written a utility class to do that.

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iTunes 8.2.1 Update

Filed under: Life with Mac — David Chu @ 7:40 pm

Today I got a update on iTunes with new version 8.2.1

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July 11, 2009

Safari 4.0.2 Update

Filed under: Life with Mac — David Chu @ 4:00 pm
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This is the new update for Safari, version 4.0.2.

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July 9, 2009

Json.NET and Its Usage (2)

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 3:25 am
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In this blog, I’ll continue to describe my wrapper class based on Json.Net. The main reason I want to write a wrapper class to hide Json.Net is to provide only APIs I am interested in. Json.Net provides a rich framework of classes, interfaces, types, and enums. I don’t know all of them. In practice, there is no need to know all.

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