Codeguru Update eNewsletter - September 2nd, 2008

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Tuesday September 2, 2008

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Comments from the Editor

The Beatles sang, "All you need is love, love, love is all you need." The question today is, do you need another browser?

Google is suppose to be launching a beta of their new Chrome browser today in order to take some of the love away from Internet Explorer, FireFox, and the other browsers. The question is, will you be giving Google the love?

Google announced details of their beta browser using an online comic book. You can find it at http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/index.html.

Until next week...

Brad!
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Bradley L. Jones

Recently Published Books

For those of you keeping up by reading books. The following are just a few of the new books that have been recently released. If you've read any of these, feel free to write a review to be posted on CodeGuru. See the submission guidelines.

SharePoint 2007 Development Recipes
By Mark E. Gerow for Apress
512 pages for $49.99 (Hardbound)

Step By Step Microsoft Office Groove 2007
By Jewell, Pierce, and Preppernau for Microsoft Press
300 pages for $24.99 w/ CD

New & Updated Articles on CodeGuru

Following are short descriptions of new articles on CodeGuru. If you are interested in submitting your own article for inclusion on the site, then you will find guidelines here.

Adding Attachments to Excel 2007 Email Hyperlinks
By Paul Kimmel
Learn to add attachments to hyperlinks that contain email addresses by using a little bit of VBA.

Shutdown Manager
By TT(n)
The Windows "Turn off" buttons are three or more steps away from the desktop work area, depending on your personal settings. This can be not only inconvenient, but downright bothersome at times. These programs can power down the computer, in just one or two steps.

Exploring Net60
By Alex Gusev
Have you ever dreamt about porting your managed Windows Mobile application to Symbian OS? Or, maybe you wanted to develop a new one but were uncertain whether you need to learn a new paradigms and languages? Well, with Net60 from Red Five Labs, you may be relieved; you can continue your development in your favorite languages!

Is RFID Still Important?
By Bradley Jones
A short interview with Microsoft on RFID technology.

.Notifier: Outlook-Like Notifier
By jusstujoo
Learn to use an Outlook-like system tray notification that uses C#.

Discussion Groups

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New Articles on Developer.com

10 Keys to a Successful Portal Project
By Scott Nelson
Portal success depends on more than just the technical and information architecture (though they are important, too). Here are 10 practices that can help make or break the success of your portal.

Working With Design Patterns: Factory Method
By Jeff Langr
Your production code isn't the only place you will find a use for design patterns. The factory method pattern helps you answer a question about how to organize your test classes.

Getting Back to Basics with GUIs
By Richard G. Baldwin
Learn the basics of creating your own custom GUI components by creating a pair of buttons used to turn pages.



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Bradley L. Jones

bjones@jupitermedia.com

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