Stuart Leeks

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    Backwards compatibility and and preserving search engine ranking

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    Phew – that was a long title! This is a follow-up to a post that my colleague Josh wrote recently. I started typing a comment in response to one of the comments and it got a little bit cramped in the text box so I decided to post it here instead. To summarise...
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    Debugging ASP.NET MVC

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    One of the handy things about ASP.NET MVC is that the source code is available. I’ve found this pretty useful over time when wanting to understand how things work. And occasionally it has been pretty helpful when trying to find out why my code isn’t working...
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    Collections and ASP.NET MVC Templated Helpers – Part 3

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    This is part of a mini-series: Part 1 – Define the problem & give a workaround Part 2 – Show an alternative workaround Part 3 – Show a reusable, simple solution Part 4 - Replacing Object.ascx This is the third part in a mini-series and so far I’ve...
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    ASP.NET MVC resources

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    One of the fairly common questions I get asked is "what good resources are there for ASP.NET MVC?" The one that people are generally familiar with is www.asp.net/mvc - I think the memorable URL helps ;-) Another one (that's a bit less discoverable...
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    A closer look at yield – part 2

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    In part 1 , we took a quick tour of the yield keyword. In this post we’re going to have a look at the code that the compiler generates for us when we use yield. We’ll return to the first example from last time and insert a Console.WriteLine before the...
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    A closer look at yield – part 3

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    This was only going to be two posts, but after my last post I’d been mulling over a post that looks at the compiler generated code in a more general way. Whilst catching up on blogs posts this morning I saw that Raymond Chen has written a blog post entitled...
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    Using let in LINQ to Objects – Part 3

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    This is a follow-up to my two previous posts on the let keyword Using let in LINQ to Objects Using let in LINQ to Objects – Part 2 The real reason for this post is to link to a great post that K.Scott Allen has just published : Optimizing...
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    Quickly creating an Outlook rule

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    I’ve had a couple of conversations with people recently where they’ve said that they keep meaning to set up an Outlook rule to move specific messages to a separate folder. On each occasion the need to navigate the Tools\Rules And Alerts window seems to...
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    Breaking the ice

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    Hi, my name is Stuart Leeks (as you may have guessed from the blog title!) and I'm an Application Development Consultant at Microsoft in the UK. In keeping with the tradition of content-free first blog posts this is is a non-technical post. Future...
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    Finding files in your path environment

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    Occasionally I’m working at the command prompt and have a utility that is in the path environment, but need to find where the file actually is. So, I wrote a little batch file that does exactly that @echo off echo Searching path for %1 if "%~$PATH...
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