Monthly Archives: December 2008

Another Great Example Of Silverlight Deep Zoom – From ViaTecla Innovation Laboratories

This innovative use of Deep Zoom uses screenshots of sites powered by ViaTecla’s software solutions to form a picture of a Santa Claus.

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Saved By The .NET Framework Cleanup Tool – Again!

I don’t know what’s wrong with my XP system (besides the fact that I’m still using it) but I couldn’t install .NET 3.5 without removing .NET 2.0 and now I couldn’t install apply SP1 without removing .NET 3.0 and 3.5. … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year!

Use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out and the left mouse click and drag to move around.

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How To Issue Server Callbacks

Callbacks were introduced in ASP.NET 2.0 and is a simple mechanism for calling page or control functionality without page rendering and without the user noticing a post back. For a page or control to handle callbacks, all it needs is … Continue reading

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Improving Debugging And Testing Through Assertions

Reading through the The Typemock Insider blog, I came across this post from Gil Zilberfeld. I myself tend to fall in Gil’s practice ("binary search" debugging), but I don’t think Kent Beck has the right solution. Gil’s suggestion of using … Continue reading

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The Future Of C#

If you were able to attend this session at PDC or Tech-Ed EMEA Developers, you were presented with a first class presentation of the future of C#, presented, respectively, by Anders Hejlsberg and Mads Torgersen. For the near future (.NET … Continue reading

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PDC And Tech-Ed Wrap-Up

(It might seem a bit late for this, but, lately, I’ve been having a lot on my mind. So here it goes.) This was my first PDC. It was just as I had been told. For those who don’t know, … Continue reading

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