• David Kline

    Scott Holden on GC.Collect

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    I just discovered that Scott Holden (NetCF Development Manager) is up and posting! Be sure to check out " The perils of GC.Collect (or when to use GC.Collect) ". In it, Scott talks about when not to call GC.Collect, recommendations on GC.Collect usage...
  • David Kline

    The old days...

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    Ben " Virtual PC Guy " Armstrong's recent post sent me back to my early days at Microsoft. Back then (early 1990s) I was a member of the MS-DOS product support team. His link to the Microsoft Knowledge Base article was one I remember fondly. Many times...
  • David Kline

    Can I debug a NetCF application without being an administrator?

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    Everyone knows that it is safer to run as a limited user rather than as the administrator. Because of that, I am often asked if it is possible to debug NetCF applications without being an administrator. The answer? One word. Yes! Typically, I build to...
  • David Kline

    Please welcome Mike Zintel and read about NetCF memory management

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    Today, our team's (NetCF) group manager, Mike Zintel , has joined the blogs.msdn.com community! Please take time to visit his site and be sure to read his post on .Net Compact Framework Advanced Memory Mangaement . It may be a long read, but it is well...
  • David Kline

    Determining the type of data pointed to by a Url - VB.NET version

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    Earlier today, I posted an example of some Visual C# code that checks the type of the data pointed to by a Url . I was thinking that it might be nice to post a Visual Basic .NET equivalent... This version is a direct port of the Visual C# code and comes...
  • David Kline

    Determining the type of data pointed to by a Url

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    Have you ever wanted to know what type of file was being pointed to by a given url before clicking the link? Maybe you are writing an application that needs to filter out certain types of links. A web crawler is a good example of an application which...
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