ElegantCode

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17 May
2004

Cross country saga update

This is Elle, the cool wife, letting everyone know that Dave is indeed OK.  His quest for internet access was a failure in both West Virginia and Ohio.  You may note that Ohio is not on the previously posted trip map.  Why, you ask, is Dave not adhering to the plan?  Well, he decided after […]

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15 May
2004

Arrived in Newark

Here I am in New Jersey after a night on 3 airplanes to get here. New Jersey is not what I expected, it is actually much nicer than I had been lead to believe. There is a lot of greenery here and it reminds me very much of the Queen Anne or Ballard sections of […]

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10 May
2004

Newark to Boise Route

I have got a proposed route for my trip from Newark to Boise on my new R100GSPD. Here is a map of my proposed route. If you are even close to the green line, drop me a line. Maybe I’ll buy you a beer. This route takes me through West Virginia and also gets me […]

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7 May
2004

Parsing .csproj with nAnt

The Problem Using the solution task in nAnt, I need to be able to distribute non-buildable project items into my build environment. You know the problem. My project has an XSD in it, or my project directory has a README.TEXT that may not even be a project item. With our automated build process, these items […]

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4 May
2004

Tablet PC

So, in preparing for my trip to NJ, to ride home on the bike and blog the entire way, I have procured the use of a Toshiba Tablet PC so as not to carry a full blown laptop. So far, kinda cool little unit. I haven’t actually tried writing yet, but will let you know. […]

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3 May
2004

I just bought a new bike.

Taking it old school, baby. 1994 R100GS/PD Airhead. Here is a picture of the bike. I havent’t seen it yet myself.  I can’t wait. I bought this bike throught the Adventure Rider forums. So far it has been a very easy and fun experience. The current owner is Andrew Farake of the Adventurer’s Workshop. The Internet […]

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30 Apr
2004

Cruise Control.Net 0.6

I just finished installing Cruise Control.Net 0.6 on our build box (A virtual machine, BTW), and I am very happy! The new Dashboard is excellent and installation was much easier this time around since I knew what I was doing. OPur master build script uses nAntContrib‘s mkiisdir task to make a VROOT for every new CC.Net project on the […]

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