I recently implemented a check for updates feature on my Image Resizer for Windows project, and wanted to share my experience for the benefit of other CodePlex project coordinators and developers.
I just released the first preview of Image Resizer 3. For more details, see the link.
One of my biggest pet peeves is when, after switching resolutions, your window sizes become too small to work with. This is particularly bothersome in Media Player, Outlook, and Visual Studio. So, I wrote the following registry script to reset them to their default sizes.
I recently got a Windows Phone, and I had a great idea for a project: a lightweight Team Foundation Server client. It doesn’t need to be a full-blown client because there are only a handful of things that I would actually care about on a mobile device. My initial thoughts are to prioritize the features as follows.
Lately, I’ve been working on version 3 of my Image Resizer. I think I’m finally narrowing in on the interface design (your feedback is welcomed). The text may change a bit for the final release, and I might add a footer to the dialog, but I’m pretty happy with the way it’s looking.
A member of the CodePlex team at Microsoft recently contacted me. He asked me if I would be interested in allowing CodePlex and PreEmptive Solutions to use my project as a showcase for an upcoming integration between their two companies. I was flattered by this opportunity; however, I realized that in order to participate, I would have to rewrite a majority of my project into .NET. Being the ambitious person I am (or perhaps just because I’m a Microsoft whore), I decided to go for it.
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