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Where did August and September go?

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What with holidays and having my head down doing x64 and CLR hosting stuff for a client it seems that the last month and a half has rushed by... The good news is that the x64 port is slowly slipping out to clients; the bulk of the work has been done for ages but I'm using this release to bring all of my example servers in line with best practices for using The Server Framework. Due to the number of example servers and the number of compilers that I need to test with, this is taking a while. Still, we're almost there…

Spolsky's law stikes again...

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I'm finalising the testing of the x64 version of The Server Framework and, since it's a fairly major release, I figured that it waranted an email to existing customers to see who wanted to have the update shipped to them straight away (although all existing customer are entitled to all upgrades to The Server Framework free of charge I usually rely on them monitoring this RSS feed and asking for new releases rather than just sending them out; generally only critical bug fixes are worthy of an email notification...). Anyway, there's lots of interest, which is good, I'm always happier when a new release…

Thirteen Patterns of Programmer Interviews...

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Sad but true... The "Typical Programmer" has a piece on Thirteen Patterns of Programmer Inverviews. I think I've probably been interviewed in all of these styles over the years and taken part in several of them from the interviewing side of things...…
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