I know, I know.. I’ve been extremely lazy lately, at least when it comes to sharing knowledge with you guys. I guess the main reason for that is that I’m currently on parental leave which means that my days are not really spent researching, architecting and developing as much as they are spent entertaining Miranda…… Continue reading
VS2008 RTM any day now?
According to the Microsoft guys in building 20, the RTM of Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 is coming “very, Very, VERY soon” – whatever that means… Continue reading
Going to Redmond!
Well, in a couple of days I’m off to the Microsoft Campus in Redmond! I’m attending an Orcas Adoption Workshop next week which will take me through all the new stuff in Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5. So far, I haven’t got the agenda so I have more or less no idea who… Continue reading
Caching dynamic controls in ASP.NET – solution
In my last post, I asked for help with a problem we’ve been having with caching of dynamic controls – and I got some from Dave Reed. Dave works for the ASP.NET team and if his blog isn’t on your roll yet, add it ASAP – it’s simply brilliant. Dave explained the problem: Apparently, the… Continue reading
Enterprise Library 3.0 available
Can’t believe I almost missed this completely! Turns out the P&P team released Enterprise Library 3.0 the other day. For me, the two most interesting new features have to be Environmental overrides and the new Validation Application Block. I’m also very happy to see a rolling trace file listener included in the Logging Application Block… Continue reading
Web Services Software Factory, the solution to all our problems?
I just came back from a seminar on Web Service Software Factory (hereby referenced as WSSF), and I just cannot resit the urge to share my feelings on the subject. The presenter introduced WSSF as the solution to a lot of problems; Straggly Code Base since each dev/architect has his/her own way of building a… Continue reading
Web Service Software Factory
I know, I know.. I’m very late to this game, but I just looked through a webcast about the Web Service Software Factory and it really looks pretty interesting. I say this much because, well, the basic architecture that their recipes produce looks very similar to the one I started to implement almost a year ago.… Continue reading
Master page i ASP.NET
Har fått i uppdrag att bygga ett nytt ramverk för interna webbsystem här på MyTravel. Tänkte bara passa på att dela med mig av en utmärkt artikel om på ämnet Master pages i ASP.NET 2.0. Continue reading
XML improvements in .NET Framework 2.0
I just found this rather interesting article on MSDN that describes what’s new in the System.Xml namespace for .NET Framework 2.0. The main points I took note of where: Always use the new factory methods for creating XmlReaders and XmlWriters (i.e. XmlReader.Create and XmlWriter.Create) Use XslCompiledTransform instead of XslTransform. Apparently, it compiles your XSLT into… Continue reading
Aarrghh.. I keep getting a vwd.webinfo-file added to some of my websites. According to this post on the ASP.NET forums, this file was previously known as vwdsettings.xml and contains information about what services to start in order for the web app to build and run properly. Now, to my knowledge I don’t need any services… Continue reading
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