Dynamically Loading Assemblies

posted on 2004-11-01 at 00:55:02 by Joel Ross

I won't be doing heavy blogging tonight because I have too much to do. I've been working on two different things tonight. First is my real job. That takes up a lot of time. The second is my blogging tool. I'm working on dynamically loading plug-ins, and… more »

Categories: C#


Edit & Continue In ASP.NET?

posted on 2004-10-26 at 23:40:26 by Joel Ross

Nope. That's the answer I finally found to the question I asked when I first heard about it being included in C#. more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Jason Clarke Is Stirring Things Up

posted on 2004-10-26 at 01:06:09 by Joel Ross

Jason Clarke's post about Scoble's link blog is getting some good feedback, and I think he's doing a great job of refuting the comments.  I tend to agree with Jason on this one. Reading blogs wouldn't be nearly as useful to me if I couldn't get all of t… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Scott Guthrie On Whidbey

posted on 2004-10-24 at 00:49:48 by Joel Ross

Scott Guthrie has a great post describing where Whidbey is currently at. The best part of the post though, is the description of the process they go through to fix bugs. I've never been on a project big enough to warrant the Tell & Ask phases, but th… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Toggle Borders

posted on 2004-10-21 at 00:56:03 by Joel Ross

ThunderMain has released a tool to toggle borders on tables, divs and span tags that's pretty cool. As a web developer, seeing where layout problems are is difficult, and the solution usually is to add a border=1 to a table. With ToggleBorders, that proc… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Nant And SQL Compare

posted on 2004-10-20 at 23:29:17 by Joel Ross

This is old news, but I just found a post about using Nant with SQL Compare to automate the database upgrade process. Right now, we use SQL Compare to do database upgrades, but it's a manual process - Run the compare, and move objects by hand, determin… more »

Categories: Development


Criticizing Other's Code

posted on 2004-10-19 at 23:32:21 by Joel Ross

Mark Jordan recently posted about being careful when condemning how others go about coding something. I agree. I don't think I've ever finished a project without there being some piece of it that I would do differently if I had it to do over again. Pers… more »

Categories: Development


C# Edit And Continue

posted on 2004-10-15 at 16:20:41 by Joel Ross

The feedback apparently was pretty strong, and Microsoft listened. So the next Community drop will have Edit and Continue in C#. Personally, I think this will be good. I liked the feature in VB 6.0, and missed it when I first made the jump to .NET. In… more »

Categories: Development


Something I Didn't Know About Parameterized Queries

posted on 2004-10-09 at 23:46:42 by Joel Ross

We had the client's team lead in from California this past week, which is why my posting was supposed to be light last week (which it didn't turn out to be, did it?), and I learned something from him. Well, a lot of things. He thinks he's the only one w… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Database Cache Invalidation, In ASP.NET 1.x

posted on 2004-10-09 at 23:35:31 by Joel Ross

We've come up to a problem in my current project. We have two applicatons sharing a database. One will be a public facing website, and the other will be an internal administration website. They share a business layer, but not physically. The processing i… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


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