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Monthly Archives: June 2004

The goto statement revisited – level 200

I received quite a bit of comment on my previous post, so I did some more research on the matter.  My conclusion is that the usage of goto has no impact on the functionality of the program itself, but the … Continue reading 

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Unit Testing support should be included in VS.NET Pro along with Team System – level 000

Peter Provost is starting a blog petition related to unit testing features in VS2005.  I don’t agree that Unit testing support should be in ALL versions of VS.NET, but I would like it to be in the Pro version and … Continue reading 

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c# Naming Conventions recommendation – level 100

Recently my team began the process of revising out coding standards document.  We are revisiting this issue because the standards were developed when we used VB 6 and ASP 3.0.  I have offered my opinions to the team, and I’ll … Continue reading 

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Using Server 2003 on my development workstation – level 200

I’m currently finishing the installation of Windows Server 2003 on my development workstation.  I’ve heard and agree with the argument that you should develop with the OS on which your code will be running.  For me, it’s ASP.NET.  Especially with … Continue reading 

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EZWeb Beta Version 0.9 Released! – level 200

I’m am so excited.  I have released version 0.9 of my EZWeb framework on GotDotNet.  Major beta release.  I’ve made content editing part of page administration.  Fixed many bugs.  Created an extendable user framework.  Updgraded to FreeTextBox 2.0.6.  Added file … Continue reading 

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The next one-touch blog tool for .Text, NovaBlog – level 100

Noah Coad tell about his NovaBlog tool for one-touch blogging from the desktop.  A command-line tool for a true programmer.  After all,  are all programs written FOR programmers?  The command-line NovaBlog can be called from any text editor or integrated into … Continue reading 

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How do I use a client’s type in my library assembly? – level 400

I have a library, and I use an Interface to define the required members of the clients “User” object in order for the client’s type to work with my library.  As long as they implement the members in my interface, … Continue reading 

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The condemned “goto x;” jump statement – level 200

I’ve used all of the C# Jump statements.  You probably use break, continue, and return on a daily basis.  And in your switch statements, you probably use default.  But do you use the goto statement?  If you are like me, … Continue reading 

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Re: Explanation of dynamic ASPX compilation and recompilation – level 300

To expand on my previous post, here is a reply I received from Dino Esposito about what goes on behind the scenes on a page request: Hi Jeffrey 1) The runtime figures out the name of the class to serve … Continue reading 

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Re: Know Html, Script and CSS – level 100

Joe King added to my post about knowing Html and script.  I agree with everything he says, and I was mostly targeting ASP.NET beginners (hence the “level 100” tag).  For readers who are just getting started in .Net, you will be … Continue reading 

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