Code Review Checklist


A delightful concise summary by Code Project author Ebenezar John Paul  here.


V.A.P.O.R.ware – Visual Assisted Programming / Organizational Representation


Actually the name of the application is FlowSharpCode, but VAPORware sounds more fun!

Article here.


This is purely a concept piece.  It’s intended to either inspire or cause an eye rolling “what a crazy idea” reaction.  It is crazy, in my opinion, but in a sense it’s crazy because in my limited use cases so far, it works.  And because it’s so crazy, the majority of this article will not be written, it’ll be screenshots of the application in use. The problem with this approach is that it ends up sort of looking like a PowerPoint presentation, which is hard to avoid!

Why I Closed my PayPal Account


It’s quite simple.  In whatever ways that I can, I refuse to support people / businesses that support Donald Trump.

On October 15, 2016, Thiel announced a $1.25 million donation in support of Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign.

And quite frankly, if you want to do something to truly protest the nomination of Trump, I suggest we make a collective and concerted effort to identify and withdraw our support from the businesses and politicians that support Trump, where it hurts them the most – their wallet.


Have you ever come up with an idea so bizarre…

…that you have no idea whether the concept is viable, let alone how to implement the concept because it’s probably never been done before?

Like this:


  • Shapes contain code
  • Code can be compiled into assemblies
  • Assemblies can be referenced
  • Uses SharpDevelop’s Avalon code editor (yes, it has Intellisense)
  • And more (strange) features…