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Debugging from an ASP.NET and Azure Engineer. Posts are from customer issues and things I feel may be useful.

March, 2009

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    ASP.NET Troubleshooting

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    So with how long ASP.NET has been out for now, I am really curious to know how people go about tracking down issues in their project. I’d like to know things like: How do you know there is a problem What tools do you use to confirm that the problem really...
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    Feedback and Microsoft

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    There are a lot of different ways that feedback can get to Microsoft and a lot of different ways that it can be handled.  For suggestions for making our products better, one of the best methods is to use Microsoft Connect . One of the things that...
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    ASP.NET MVC and SharePoint

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    If you have tried to get these two to work together, then you are probably had to deal with a lot of the same issues that I had.  A big help for getting these two to work with each other is the SharePointMVC project on CodePlex. After downloading...
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    Windows Azure

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    I have been looking into Windows Azure a lot more lately and wanted to post a little bit about some of the things that I have found out so far.  It is certainly a new way of thinking of things and will take some careful thought. Azure Tables The...
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    New hotfix for problems with MVC and Visual Studio crashing

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    If you have experienced crashes in Visual Studio when opening view pages in design view or have had problems installing MVC, there is an update that may help resolve the issue: https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx...
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    Future Vision UX ideas

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    If you haven’t seen this video, check this out and see what you think of one view of the future: What are your reactions to this?  Do you think this is something that is possible in the near future?  Do you think that Silverlight or other such...
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