May 4, 2009
Recently I’ve been doing some presentations at user groups about ASP.NET MVC . A couple of times the question has been asked “Why does ASP.NET MVC have to be a ‘web application’?” Not having a really good understanding of why, I decided to ask the StackOverflow and ASP.NET Forums communities. I couple of people had some great theories, but I still had no definitive answer as to why. So, I decided to put the question to Scott Guthrie, I thought if anyone will know this he will. And Scott’s answer, well, it doesn’t have to be a web application. Here’s his response:
April 27, 2009
I’ve been hearing a lot of questions (both personally and from some online forums like Stack Overflow and ASP.NET Forums) from people trying to understand what ASP.NET MVC is and what are it’s benefits. So here’s my attempt to consolidate answers to many of the questions that I’ve heard.
December 7, 2008
Network Tools is a network diagnostic utility for the use with a Pocket PC PDA that allows you to diagnose network problems. Network Tools allows you to use your Windows Mobile device to verify connectivity to a particular device on your network (Ping) or trace the path to a network host or device IP addresses (Trace Route).
November 4, 2008
This past weekend I decided to build a robot using my son’s Legos Mindstorms NXT, a Windows Mobile Smartphone, A Pharos GPS, and some code from Wimo.
August 4, 2005
Here’s a PocketPC based network utility. Currently it supports ping, traceroute, and WhoIs. More utilities are coming soon!