12 posts foundIn August 2008 I started a separate blog, ComputerLinguist.com. At the time, I felt that it was best to keep my ASP.NET writings separate from the rest.
Dynamic languages were still heresy among many programming circles, and my articles on general programming were definitely targeted towards a different audience.
Read more...Better performance, better installation, better samples, more features! Installation has been simplified to copying and pasting.
Read more...Edit (May 18, 2011): HA! Google launched the Priority Inbox, almost exactly what I was describing. Google is cool. Hmm... Did they read my blog, or was it just a coincidence? Probably a coincidence.
Read more...In this sequel to 20 Image Resizing Pitfalls, I'm outlining the architecture of my image resizing module, and including the source code for the HttpModule (but not the supporting classes).
Read more...I've received many requests for a 'trial' version of the image resizer. This demo version is fully-functional, but watermarks 50% of the generated images with "Unlicensed".
Read more...Here, I'm doing it again. Linkblogging. But hey... It's too good to pass up.
How to implement several new high-profile .NET features in SmallTalk in less than a page of code.
Your Language Features Are My Libraries by Benjamin Pollack
Read more...Dozens of articles on server-side image resizing have been written. If we count other tongues, maybe hundreds. These contributions to the community have been invaluable to me, and I truly appreciate the time each author spent to share his or her knowledge.
Read more...Version 2.0 includes dozens of new features and performance enhancements. Upgrading is simple, but there are a few things you should know.
Read more...Version 2.0 beta is now available!
Read more...Here are some examples of what can be done with Version 2.0.
Read more...Many people think of "performance tuning" as optimizing loops, algorithms, and memory use. In truth, however, you don't get the huge performance gains from optimizing CPU and memory use (which is good), but from eliminating I/O calls.
Read more...Adding simple metadata and stylesheet management to the Page class.