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.NET

  1. Differences between using the ‘Convert’ class vs. casting (Part 2 of 2) — In the last post I was puzzled by what I thought were some inconsistencies between using the cast operator and Convert.ToInt32 when trying to convert an object typed as a decimal to an int...
  2. Better than Contains() — Sometimes you wish you could do better than the method you need to use. Case in point: Contains(). It is a fine method and is meant for more than strings. If you need custom logic to decide if two objects are equal or “the same” for the sake of sorting or searching you write your own comparer and pass that in. So, I don’t have anything against the Contains()...

Web

  1. CSS and jQuery Tutorial: Overlay with Slide Out Box — The other day I was creating an overlay with a box for Cody’s jTextTranslate jQuery Plugin and I thought, it could be useful to describe the technique in a tutorial...

Visual Studio

  1. Most Amazing ReFactor Using ReSharper EAP 5.0 I’ve Seen! — This one is just to amazing to not blog about. Ive been a die heart ReSharper user for quite a while and recently have started using their early access versions...
  2. ReSharper is amazing, take N — I am trying out R# 5.0, and I accidently stumbled upon an awesome feature...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Azure Start Guide – Step by Step Installation Guide — As SQL Azure CTP is released I have included here step by step guide for how to configure the CTP...
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  3. Dan Bricklin's Note Taker for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch — I've spent the last several years working in the web and Ajax world, with most of my programming first in Perl and then later in JavaScript. The browser has been my target. With the release of SocialCalc I feel pretty comfortable that I have a good understanding of those computing mediums...



Дата публикации: 06.12.2009 17:45

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web