VS 2005 Website "Projects"

posted on 03/19/06 at 09:46:06 pm by Joel Ross

I've talked about the issue with Visual Studio 2005 and how team development is an issue in my mind. The main issue to me has to do with deleting or moving files. If you're not sure how to reproduce it, the steps were included in a recent email a client… more »

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Differing Opinions on Differencing Disks

posted on 03/06/06 at 12:13:25 am by Joel Ross

After reading my post on how I use virtual machines, Andrew Connell pointed me to an article he wrote about his extensive use of Virtual PC, including how he uses Differencing disks to his advantage. He also says he doesn't see the huge differencing disk… more »

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Nant Standards

posted on 03/05/06 at 01:00:00 am by Joel Ross

TheServerSide.NET has an older article that's a nice introduction article to Nant, which, if you've read this blog for a while, you'll know I swear by. If you're not familiar with Nant, go read the article. It'll give you a good feel for what you can do… more »

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Upgrading Large ASP.NET Projects

posted on 03/04/06 at 11:12:19 pm by Joel Ross

We made a decision on a project I've been on for over?a year now to upgrade to ASP.NET 2.0. This is my first major upgrade project, and to be honest, it was fairly smooth. Now that we're on .NET 2.0, we have?a few issues, but we'll get to that. First, t… more »

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Use C# To Write Javascript?

posted on 03/04/06 at 10:14:11 pm by Joel Ross

Ever since I started writing web apps, I've realized that there's a huge need to be able to write solid Javascript. Even when ASP.NET launched, there was still a huge need to know Javascript - despite the claims you heard. I'm hearing a lot of the same c… more »

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Code Generation or O/R Mapping?

posted on 03/04/06 at 01:05:22 am by Joel Ross

I'm going to be doing a major revamp of the business and data layers of an application I have. Right now, it's mainly data readers and dataviews being used, with a few custom business objects. While it works, and is efficient for the task, I programming… more »

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ASP.NET 2.0 Development Heating Up...

posted on 03/03/06 at 11:14:51 pm by Joel Ross

...according to book sales over at O'Reilly. Of course, book sales don't necessarily indicate actual numbers, but it seems like a pretty good indication. ASP.NET book sales are up, while PHP and JSP book sales are down. Now,?I could easily see this being… more »

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ClickOnce Deployment on dnrTV

posted on 03/03/06 at 03:44:41 pm by Joel Ross

Man, I wish this was available three or four months ago when I was building my first ClickOnce application! On the latest editon of dnrTV, Brian Noyes does a few simple demos that show you exactly how to build a ClickOnce app. It's a great watch, even if… more »

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URL Rewriting And ASP.NET 2.0's Site Navigation

posted on 03/02/06 at 10:37:56 pm by Joel Ross

I'm going to be blogging about Tourney Logic and Tourneytopia a lot in the near future, so be forwarned. It's not because I'm pushing it on you. It's because that's what I'm doing right now. It's actually why I haven't been blogging a lot lately, but I r… more »

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CodeKeep VS 2005 Add-In Available

posted on 02/25/06 at 11:01:34 am by Joel Ross

Dave Donaldson, the maker of the wonderful site CodeKeep, has released an add-in for Visual Studio 2005. Since I am doing all of my development in .NET 2.0, I hadn't been using CodeKeep as much as I could have been, but having the add-in again will be he… more »

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