http://www.dontclick.it/ shows how effective a clickless interface can be.
DevX has posted an article that I am really pretty proud of: a literate programming tool for .NET using Microsoft’s Visual Studio Tools for Office 2005. By using Word styles and embedding XML tags, you can label your code fragments in a Word document as compilable (including specifying assembly targets, compiler options, etc.). Additionally, the […]
Loren Heiny is has begun posting screenshots from his work developing IDE plug-ins allowing inked comments to be made on source code. Personally, I think this is a tremendous use of the Tablet. DevX has just put up my article on literate programming in .NET using Word (in other words, a Word document whose code listings are […]
Oh, I am freakin’ killing myself. I bought an M1400 last freakin’ week in order to get a ViewAnywhere screen and Motion ships an 8” diagonal-screen Tablet. I am so severely bummed words can’t express… Not to put too fine a point on it, but I live in Hawaii, see. And the view from my […]
The most anticipated patch in Tablet PC OS history is now available!
Via http://www.agileprogrammer.com/dotnetguy/archive/2005/07/05/5488.aspx Italicize the ones you’ve seen and Bold the ones you actually liked. 1. Titanic (1997) – $600,779,824 2. Star Wars (1977) – $460,935,665 3. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) – $434,949,459 4. Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999) – $431,065,444 5. Spider-Man (2002) – $403,706,375 6. Lord of the Rings: The […]
So at first you think: To_Do_Item ::= Done Item Done ::= boolean Item ::= String But then you think: To_Do_Item ::= Done Item Due Due ::= DateTime And then you think: Due ::= DateTime | RecurrencePattern | DatePattern DatePattern — “next Tuesday” “3rd Fridays of the Month” etc… And you’re also thinking: To_Do_Item ::= Done […]