Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Windows 7 service has eaten half of my SSD drive

After a year with my lovely and powerful Windows 7 install, my 55G SSD drive started running out of disk space...

Browsing a little for solutions helped reclaiming some space:
  1. from shadow storage
  2. then restore points

But only after I have tried WinDirStat, I have managed to nail it.

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

More Goodies from the Microsoft

It has been long since last time anything has been posted onto this site. Remaining very busy, I could not resist to share about lectures dealing with the functional programming available on Channel 9.

The lectures are given by Dr. Erik Meijer and are entitled:Functional Programming Fundamentals.

Saturday, 28 November 2009

More goodies from MS

My interest in software scalability and performance often leads me to Microsoft's Parallel Framework Extensions team BLOG, which recently published this great presentation from their parallelism tour...

Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Improving coding practices

I am in process of taking a deep breath after releasing quite a complex piece of software. And while recovering from overdue missed and unread news I came across this article entitled "Comments == Code smell", which struck accord with me...

Saturday, 25 October 2008

How Does Functional Programming Affect Your Code?

F# has done a lot of good propagating functional programming style into the .NET world. From my experience, once you have used functional language your OO techniques are bound to change. This article by Matthew Podwysocki expresses exactly that. Enjoy!

Sunday, 5 October 2008

Is Fring a new Skype?

It will be a couple of months since I became the proud owner of an iPhone. I am really happy to be able to check my email on the move, read news and navigate around town using features of my new gadget. One of the things missing would be IM support...

Saturday, 6 September 2008

New broadband provider test

It is an easy way to make me happy. Same line, same default speed but new ISP. The bytes fly again.