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  • Rolling my own – TomAnderson.me

    Well, that’s it. I am just going to roll my own, what better way to learn, than to do (paraphrased from “The only source of knowledge is experience.”  by Albert Einstein). I have installed ASP.Net MVC 2, and am downloading Visual Studio 2010 Premium RC (which luckily has a “go live” license attached to it).  This will allow me to ...
    Posted to RenEvo Software and Designs - Community (Weblog) by Tom Anderson on March 20, 2010
  • AtomSite – Well that lasted about 20 minutes

    So I downloaded and installed AtomSite, checked it out, the front end seemed pretty good, the admin section was quite nice, and the plugin architecture seemed… sharepointy… I then took a look at the source code, and seriously decided against it.  I am looking for a pure ASP.Net MVC application to work with if I don’t write my own, ...
    Posted to RenEvo Software and Designs - Community (Weblog) by Tom Anderson on March 20, 2010
  • AtomSite – Site Development Continues

    So, a while back I had mentioned something about creating a site for TomAnderson.me. Originally I was going to write the entire thing from scratch, then release the source, etc… Well, life happens, I don’t have that kind of time, and I want to “get in an code”. I am going to check out the Atom Site open source project for ASP.Net MVC and see how ...
    Posted to RenEvo Software and Designs - Community (Weblog) by Tom Anderson on March 20, 2010
  • Mono – the good kind

    So here lately I have been doing some discovery with C++ and C# using mono. Can’t get into the details, but I may build a project in one of my old stomping grounds just to play with. Should be fun to monkey around in some old API’s, but who knows, I might enjoy it enough to release it, just got to sign off on the release of it with my new ...
    Posted to RenEvo Software and Designs - Community (Weblog) by Tom Anderson on December 15, 2009
  • Missing C# Build

    I am able to build a code that was handed to me from a former co-worker.  But when I try to run the code I get an error that says ''Visual Studio cannot start debugging because the debug target <and then it shows the path and execuatable name in the bin\Release directory> is missing.  Please build theproject and retry, or set the ...
    Posted to C#/VB.Net (Forum) by Xarzu on January 9, 2008
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