Posts for: 15 December, 2007

Gallery Project call for developers

Shaun Walker, December 15, 2007

As some people may have realized, some personal events as well as other professional commitments, have reduced my availability for Dotnetnuke tasks. Of course, I cannot subject Gallery to delays cause...

SQL SERVER - TempDB Restrictions - Temp Database Restrictions

Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave, December 15, 2007

While conducting Interview for my outsourcing project, I asked one question to interviewer that what are the restrictions on TempDB? Candidate was not able to answer the question. I thought it would b...

Custom configuration Data from DataSets: Less is More

EggHeadCafe.com New Articles, December 15, 2007

Sometimes it's easier and faster to do things "the easy way" with custom configuration data saved from a DataSet instead of slaving over Custom ConfigurationSections in the App.Config or web.config ...

Creating ASP.NET controls with revolutionary UI provided by Silverlight

The Code Project Latest Articles, December 15, 2007

Guide to development of custom ASP.NET controls with revolutionary UI provided by Silverlight...

SystemIcons.Shield

The Moth, December 15, 2007

Seasoned Windows Forms developers will be familiar with the System.Drawing.SystemIcons class that has a bunch of properties returning standard system icons. For example, if you throw on a form a pictu...

Re-engineering RadGridView for WinForms (part I)

the telerik blogs, December 15, 2007

Shortly after the release of Q2 2007 SP1 in October we have started re-factoring RadGridView for WinForms. Our aim was to provide our clients with a stable, performing and usable product - tasks of gr...

Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for .NET 3.0 - CTP forever?

Rick Strahls WebLog, December 15, 2007

I've been working on a project with WCF in Visual Studio 2008 and it of course includes all the tools for .NET 3.0 for setting up WCF services and Service References as well as WPF support. It works g...

Working with Directories and Files in .NET...

DotNetJohn.Com, December 15, 2007

In any programming language we are required to read and write to files. This article discusses how we can use C# to read and write files with the help of code snippets....

Channel 9 Interview: XML Literals Performance and Namespaces Explained (Beth Massi)

The Visual Basic Team, December 15, 2007

?I just posted a Channel 9 interview with Avner Aharoni, a Program Manager on the Visual Basic Team, as he dives into LINQ to XML and XML Literals in Visual Basic 9 and explains namespace bu...

Embedding EDM schema files in Entity Framework Beta 3

Julia Lerman Blog - Dont Be Iffy..., December 15, 2007

One of the new features in Entity Framework Beta3 is the ability to embed the csdl, msl and ssdl schema files into the assembly which contains the model. This is useful in scenarios where, like ina ...

Telligent Reporting Server, Beta 1

Rob Howards Blog, December 15, 2007

It's been a busy couple of weeks at Telligent. A few weeks ago we announced Graffiti Beta 1 (and we've gotten some awesome feedback - thanks!) Tonight we're happy to announce that Beta 1 of our new Te...

Telligent Graffiti CMS Website

Rob Howards Blog, December 15, 2007

The website for Graffiti CMS is ready! Kudos to Kevin, it looks great! ...

Building a Great Media Driven Web Site (with Silverlight and ASP.NET)

Brad Abrams, December 15, 2007

We had a group of customers (and potential) customers out to campus earlier this week and I was asked to give a talk about how to leverage ASP.NET and Silverlight to build a media centric site.  ...

AddOn Studio for World of Warcraft now available!

Dan Fernandezs Blog, December 15, 2007

I'm proud to announce that AddOn Studio for World of Warcraft is now available to download from CodePlex! This was one of those personal projects done in my "free" time, but its amazing ...

Key Points for Successful E-Commerce Sites - Security

Chris Love's Official Blog - Professional ASP.NET, December 15, 2007

To continue on my theme of a good E-Commerce practices, the next topic is security. I will never admit to be a full blown security expert, but I feel comfortable enough to point out some key items to ...



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