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Nothing new for this month so apart from reminding you that if you want to make a quick 30$ all you have to do is to drop us an good unique article (you can get more information on our Make Money Writing Articles Page). I will move on to the stats.
Here are March’s Stats:
Nothing interesting happened this month, Except the fact that we are very busy and have almost no time to write. We are hoping to change that.
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Here are Januarys Stats:
One year has passed!!! And we are still here!!! We started back there in January 13th with 6 visits and went on to have over 1000 visits daily, From 0 RSS readers to around 900 From 0 posts to close to 200, from 0 comments to over 1800.
Indeed it was a great year, and we are looking forward to the next one!
Thanks to everyone who read, commented, and participated.
Today is our one year anniversary! Yes! Dev102 is one year old! Thanks everyone for reading and commenting!
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Today I am going Alvin Ashcrafts and Chris Alcocks way and publish a lists of blog posts I liked. I don’t tend to do this a lot and actually, this is only the second time. So, here is the list of posts which I liked reading and wanted to share with you:
Another month is over and once again we received some massive traffic from stumble upon. I have decided to change the structure of the stats as the old one was a bit boring in my opinion so from now on I will present the stats a little bit different than usual.
This month we got [...]
Here is a small application I discovered lately which I just love!
This little application will give you the option of changing the colors of any Windows folders you want.
You can also Change how the folder actually looks and edit the Tooltip that will be displayed when the mouse hovers above it.
I have been wanting to write this series of articles for a long time. Over the years I have come across very bad code examples and I have always wanted to share them with you guys, kind of in the way of "Watch and DON’T learn" :).
Everything you are about to see in this series is based on my personal experience and completely real, so before we begin I have only one request:
Don’t try this at home!
If you are a .NET developer, you should probably know the .NET Reflector which is a great tool for viewing, navigating and searching through the class hierarchies of .NET assemblies (even if you don’t have the code for them). I am using this tool a lot but here is something I only recently discovered: one can export an assembly and let the Reflector generate its source code. The output of this process is a directory with a project file and all of the source files.
Lets deep dive into this process. The first thing to do is to drag the assembly you’re interested in into the Reflector. I want to show my case on the XHTML sitemap validation tool dll, which can be downloaded from our Freebies page. The next step is to right click on this assembly and choose the Export menu option:
During this weekend we will be testing our new theme, so there might be some glitches. If you see something that is not right please let us know.
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