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June, 2003

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    my presentation tommorow

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    it doesn't matter how many times I speak in front of people I'm always excited as if it was the first time. I'm giving a session tomorrow on Adnvaced .net debugging with stuff like the sos debugger extension and debugging using the managed addin...
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    Using Calculated DataColumns in ADO.NET

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    a great reference for Calculated fields inside a dataset. If you have a background in database work, you have undoubtedly run into the rules of normalization. But even though ADO.NET's DataSet class is sometimes described as a "relational database...
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    AOP and c#

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    it's great to see a dissertation that includes .net technlogy. you can read a fine dissertation  about AOP .  I'de like to see xc# and AOP join together
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    a bug in rotor and .net 1.0 , 1.1

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    in our project we manage our constants as an xml file and then generate a valid c# file at the same way Type DataSet is being generated in vs.net, someone from my team (saar carmi) wrote a custom code generator. we supplied an xml file stating the...
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    Generics in the clr

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    I'm currently reading the Generics document from MS Research and I came across: 1.3 Summary of the Implementation Almost all previous implementation techniques for parametric polymorphism have assumed the traditional compile, link and run ...
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    Eric Gunnerson - Program Manager: Microsoft Visual C# .NET Interview

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    Eric  was in iterviewd at activewin I liked:     "programmers don't like languages that make them feel stupid, and C++ certainly did that to me a number of times. C# is definitely my kind of language in that regard."
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    How to debug script in Visual Studio .NET

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    check out: How to debug script in Visual Studio .NET
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    A glorious hack :how to make a proxy for ServiceComponent

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    Andy Hopper posted a great sample on hacking ServiceComponent Proxy, people who are hardcore on ServiceComponent knows what this means. you could do almost anything with this including AOP. although nobody knows if it'll work on the next .net version...
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    About petshop v3.0 MS could have done a better job

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    I took a look at the Petshop v3.0 all I can say is , it's not something I would have recomended for customers to see and learn about best practices in real world application.   1. they said they now support oracle , that's great but...
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    how to: remote debugging

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    wondering the MS newsgroups I found this: (a) DbgProxy & Msvcmon are meant only for native applications. You don't need to start them for a C# App. (b) To debug a C# App, install the remote debugger, make sure you are a valid user, basically...
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    how about Serverity?

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    what you see at the subject is not a mistake a new word to the "-ity" words, it means how much your code supports running as a server. ;) what do you think?
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    ordered the new harry potter

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    just ordered it. based on the last 4 books this should be good too.
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    thnx to donXml

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    I got an email from don saying it's ok to use his css file. he did great job on the printing css, you can find his script here  or you can check out my blog and choose to "Print Preview" to see what I'm talking about. Thnx don.
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    A "Breaking" change with remoting when moving to 1.1

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    it's not really breaking , it more like changed without notice, it's like change and not document it , it's like change and throw an exception that's not informative too much, it's like change WO telling us (not even ingo rammer ). what am I talking...
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    My presentation in the next .net Dive day at Israel

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    if you happen to live in israel you're invited to hear me talk about Advanced Debugging Techniques and production time debugging in the incoming .net dive day which will take place at 30/6/2003 at the Hilton hotel in Tel-Aviv, you can register HERE
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    Production and Develop Time logging. EIF vs log4net and more....

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    I'm not a big fan of printf debugging no matter what platform your working on, I'm currently working for a company that's doing the biggest .net project in israel for one of the banks here. it's a n-tier web application involving all sorts of .net stuff...
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    What should developers do today to prepare for....

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    Brad Adams  speaks here  about what should you focus on when writing .net code. I agree absolutly (it's easy to agree with him), I encountered a situation where we needed Queued Components insode com+, since QC have some restriction on them like, parameters...
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