Monthly Archives: January 2006

Food for thought…

A Tale of Two ProgrammersIn a software development shop far, far away, there were two programmers. There each had years of experience and each had been successful. Yet each viewed systems in different ways. The first programmer viewed systems as … Continue reading

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To clarify the last post…

OK, ok, settle down everybody, I didn’t mean for people to think that I was advocating putting your web DLLs into the GAC. I was simply stating the “official” workaround. I still feel that the GAC should only be used … Continue reading

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URGENT ASP.NET 2.0 WARNING

This is just for those developing ASP.NET 2.0 web apps. There are instances where IIS (and even more so Cassini) will swap your Thread from one AppDomain to another. What this means is:1. Thread local storage content MUST be serializable2. … Continue reading

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Great demo of LINQ

OK, I know I get excited about some of this stuff even when it seems a bit esoteric, but LINQ will be something that will be of incredible benefit to us developers. Here is a link from MSDN TV that … Continue reading

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WinFX is now GO-LIVE!!!!!

Go Live licenses for WCF and WF Microsoft announced Go Live licenses this morning for WCF (Windows Communication Foundation / “Indigo”) and WF (Windows Workflow Foundation), which allow customers to use the January Go Live releases of WCF and WF … Continue reading

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Architecture and Objects are worth the extra work!

OK, I just could not hold this in any longer. Most of the time, when I create a piece of software, I work on the design first, architecture second, code third. However, occasionally, I sucumb to the pressures of deadlines … Continue reading

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