You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll (Twisted Sister - Live in Lovech 2008)

You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll (Twisted Sister - Live in Lovech 2008)
   This Saturday was not like the others. There was a concert. What is more it was a workday in Bulgaria but even workdays can't stop rock 'n' roll. So we got on my cousin's Alfa Romeo, crossed the Balkan Mountains without getting lost and ended up in Lovech...
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04:11 12.05.2008

.NET and SQL Server Adventures

   While preparing the last set of upgrades for the no-blog I stumbled upon some strange issues with different technologies. I reasoned that I might help some of you or some poor googling soul by posting about them here...
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03:20 07.05.2008

The Broken Web

The Broken Web
   There is much buzz generated around the so called "web standards", web browsers and the general state of the Web lately. I decided that it is worth adding to the buzz, so that my multi-million reader base will have the opportunity to read my undoubtedly wise words on the subject...
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04:21 21.04.2008

What Is New in C# 3.0 - Part 8 (LINQ to SQL)

   This is the end, beautiful friend, the end. The end of (your) laughter and (my) soft lies. The end of nights we tried to code. The final part of the series. Because this is a series about the new things in the LANGUAGE C# 3.0 and not in Visual Studio 2008 or .NET Framework 3.5 it will end here. Actually this article is also out of scope but it is needed to better demonstrate how the features work in practice.

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02:23 28.03.2008

What Is New in C# 3.0 - Part 7 (LINQ Syntax)

   Here is the cherry of the cake, the reason for all the new features in C# 3.0, the purpose of human evolution and the reason Google created the Universe in the first place. LINQ (Language Integrated Query) is a set of C# language features for manipulating data. Long time ago Anders (Hallowed be his name) reasoned that as more and more applications interact with different data stores and manipulate large sets of data it would be really cool to make data manipulation a first class language feature. The most popular way for applications to interact with data are the databases but data comes in many more forms for example XML documents. So the first problem was to define what data is.

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05:53 21.03.2008
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