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Archive for February 6th, 2011

#StackOverflow and Stack Exchange now support Suggested Edits and Edit Review even by anonymous users

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/02/06

Good news: StackOverflow and the Stack Exchange sites now allow all visitors (even anonymous) suggested edits to questions and answers.

Joel Spolsky explains all the details of this great new feature!

–jeroen

via: Suggested Edits and Edit Review – Blog – Stack Overflow.

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The #reflector licensing debacle

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/02/06

Earlier this week, Red Gate announced that the new Reflector version 7 would cost USD 35, as of March 2011, and the current free version 6.6 will expire on May 30th, 2011.

That caused a lot of stir, on their forum, twitter, reddit and a lot of other places. Even an old thread at StackOverflow got a new boost. It seems Red Gate did not read Social media judo: How to turn a fight into a brand-building moment.

Here is a summary of the past, present and future of things happening around reflector, including some workarounds and alternative products.

First a bit of history.

Lutz Roeder over the years developed .NET Reflector as a free tool. A few hightlights: Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in .NET, C#, Delphi, Development, Prism, Software Development | 4 Comments »

Handig overzicht: Connectoren & Kabels | Staples Office Centre Infopunt

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/02/06

Handig overzicht van kabels en connectoren rondom PC en home AV.
Ik  ben benieuwd hoe ‘static’ deze URL is: Kabels | Staples Office Centre Infopunt.

USB, FireWire, Coax, S/PDIF, LAN, HDMI, DVI, VGA, Scart, audio jack, PS/2, LPT, COM, 220V, RJ45, RJ11, etc.

–jeroen

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