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.NET

  1. The Evolution Of C# — The first release of C# (C# 1.0) was all about building a new language for managed code that appealed, mostly, to C++ and Java programmers...
  2. Precision and accuracy of DateTime — The DateTime struct represents dates as a 64 bit number that measures the number of “ticks” since a particular start date. Ten million ticks equals one second...
  3. The performance implications of IEnumerable vs. IQueryable — It all started innocently enough. I was implementing a "Older Posts/Newer Posts" feature for my new web site and was writing code like this...

Web

  1. ASP.NET 4 - Breaking Changes and Stuff to be Aware of — If you're getting started with ASP.NET 4, there's a few things you might run into that could throw you for a loop if you didn't expect them. Remember that while ASP.NET is a very compatible release, it is also a side-by side release so this was a good time to make breaking changes for the better...
  2. Implementation Focus: Vitalist, a Getting Things Done (GTD) Web App Built with YUI 2 — Vitalist is a powerful personal organization tool that closely follows the popular Getting Things Done methodology by David Allen. With Vitalist, all of your to-dos are online, in GTD format, and ready to be accessed or updated from anywhere...
  3. New <%: %>Syntax for HTML Encoding Output in ASP.NET 4 (and ASP.NET MVC 2) — Today’s post covers a small, but very useful, new syntax feature being introduced with ASP.NET 4 – which is the ability to automatically HTML encode output within code nuggets. This helps protect your applications and sites against cross-site script injection (XSS) and HTML injection attacks, and enables you to do so using a nice concise syntax...
  4. Optional Parameters and Named Arguments in C# 4 (and a cool scenario w/ ASP.NET MVC 2) — Today’s post covers two new language feature being added to C# 4.0 – optional parameters and named arguments – as well as a cool way you can take advantage of optional parameters (both in VB and C#) with ASP.NET MVC 2...

Visual Studio

  1. Announcing availability of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4
  2. Visual Studio 2010 Tip: Navigate to functionality — Visual Studio 2010 has THE ultimate feature for this, namely the Navigate To function. What you do, is hit CTRL + , (yes, indeed the comma) and it will open the Navigate To window, as shown below...
  3. JavaScript Intellisense Improvements with VS 2010 — Today’s blog post covers some of the nice improvements coming with JavaScript intellisense with VS 2010 and the free Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. You’ll find with VS 2010 that JavaScript Intellisense loads much faster for large script files and with large libraries, and that it now provides statement completion support for more advanced scenarios compared to previous versions of Visual Studio...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Xbox 360 System Update – USB Memory Support — Sometime over the next few hours when you sign in to Xbox LIVE you’ll receive a prompt to accept this mandatory update. If you are signed into LIVE already, you may be signed out and asked to accept the update and you’ll be back online in a few moments...
  2. Microsoft 2010 Launch Events
  3. Microsoft Office File Formats and Protocols documentation updated for Office 2010 (Think “Now with added ‘X’ flavor… DocX, PptX, XlsX, etc”) — The Microsoft Office file formats documentation provides technical specifications for Microsoft proprietary file formats that are implemented and used in the Microsoft Office system....



Дата публикации: 12.04.2010 22:06

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web