Multi-Page Document Generation with XPS Part I: The Problem

Here is a sample of the multi-page xps document generation code. I tried a wide variety of techniques, some more elegant than others. Method 1: Single Xps.DocumentWriter.Write(Visual) This approach is by far the most elegant and would be perfect if it actually worked as I expect it to. However, everything that I am seeing is … Continue reading Multi-Page Document Generation with XPS Part I: The Problem

In Memory File Attachments to MailMessage

Encountered a problem when attaching file attachments to mail messages that are handled by a BizTalk orchistration. Our application basically had a dynamically generated PDF document that needed to be attached to an e-mail and sent to an intake center. The funny business started when we got a call that nobody was getting our PDFs. … Continue reading In Memory File Attachments to MailMessage

RE: Microsoft screwing themselves while they try to screw Google

The Google fan boys are out in force this month! This article, written by Garett Rogers, minimizes the success of the Bing launch and basically chalks up competition in the search space as a futile effort. The author cites this article as proof that Bing has only increased a very small amount. The article by … Continue reading RE: Microsoft screwing themselves while they try to screw Google

iPhone OS 3.0 = Sluggish Performance on the iPhone 3G

I excitedly downloaded and installed iPhone OS 3.0 and all was well in the world. Until about 3 days later, everything on my iPhone began to slow down. The animations that were once fluid and elegant were now choppy and rough. It might have been that I installed an iPhone settings profile which enables tethering … Continue reading iPhone OS 3.0 = Sluggish Performance on the iPhone 3G