Generic (Multiple) Sorting For Typed Collections

posted on 2004-11-13 at 23:10:47 by Joel Ross

I ran across this post earlier in the week, and it gave me the last peice I needed to complete my sorter class I wrote earlier this spring. Mine was missing the ability to sort on any type but strings. At the time, that was fine - all properties were tre… more »

Categories: C#


Variable Usage: Span and Live Time

posted on 2004-11-12 at 23:36:06 by Joel Ross

I've been (slowly) reading Code Complete. Tonight, I started chapter 10: General Issues in Using Variables. In 10.4, Steve talks about two measurements that you want to try to minimize: average span and live time. Span is the number of lines of code bet… more »

Categories: Development


Sagestone on MSDN

posted on 2004-11-12 at 08:07:41 by Joel Ross

It looks like a few people from Sagestone have put together an article, and got it published on MSDN. I saw a demo of VSTO from these guys, and it was very cool. Congratulations to Kevin, Kevin, Pam, Aisha and Lionel. Great job guys! more »

Categories: Development


Images And Url Rewriting

posted on 2004-11-12 at 00:58:05 by Joel Ross

I read this post over a month ago, and knew it would come in handy sooner or later. Today it did. Before, all of our rewriting was from one folder deep to one folder deep. But today, we added a rewrite from two folders deep to one folder deep, and o… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


.NET 2.0 Property Access Modifiers

posted on 2004-11-12 at 00:45:31 by Joel Ross

Rob over at the Robertson Research Institute is at Whidbey Ascend this week in Texas, and has been providing some good insights about Whidbey. His latest though, is about properties. You can now have different access modifiers for set and get - so a get… more »

Categories: Development


List Of Must Have VS.NET Add-Ins

posted on 2004-11-11 at 23:57:22 by Joel Ross

Scott Hanselman has a list of the ultimate VS.NET Add-ins. Of his list, I personally use the CodeSmith Explorer, CopySourceAsHtml, devMatrics, NUnitAddin, Reflector (although most of the time not as an add-in - not sure why though), WS Contract-First, an… more »

Categories: Development


Visual Studio Web Projects, Without The Web Project

posted on 2004-11-11 at 00:37:24 by Joel Ross

Ever had problems with an ASP.NET web project and the source control integration? I have. Pretty much every time I've put a web project into source control. If it isn't the MyWeb_1 problems, it's a reference to third party components. Obviously, others h… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


CruiseControl.NET 0.7 Released

posted on 2004-11-08 at 00:12:47 by Joel Ross

The final version of CruiseControl.NET 0.7 has been released, just under a week after RC1 was released. I never did get a chance to install the update, but here's a few reasons I might:The web app now supports multiple CCNET projects - now I ca… more »

Categories: Development


Looking For .NET Bug Tracking Software?

posted on 2004-11-06 at 23:16:07 by Joel Ross

We may be soon. What we've been using is...flaky, at best. So it's timely that Ryan Rinaldi posted a review of Axosoft's OnTime 2004 software. I downloaded it, checked it out, and then stuck with what we're currently using, mainly because the pricin… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Database Cache Invalidation In .NET 1.1

posted on 2004-11-06 at 15:21:11 by Joel Ross

Rob Howard wrote a great article about Database Cache Invalidation. Implementing a cache invalidation strategy was a task for next week, and now we have a much better solution than we were going to have. He even gives us arguments about why the approach… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


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