Interesting Finds: October 5 & 6, 2006 - Part 1

by Jason Haley 6. October 2006 14:44

Signal to Noise Ratio = 24:384

Other stuff
sashisme - .NET windows service scheduler
Jon Galloway - [.NET Gotcha] SettingsPropertyValue typed as a string will never be null
Omer van Kloeten - [Updated (1.7)] Commonly Used .NET Coding Patterns in CodeDom
Bruce Wang - A simple but robust software protection and activation
Eric Smith - ASP.NET Tip: Exporting Data to Excel
Larry O'Brien - Bears Repeating: Hard To Test == Code Smell
ShalomZ - Building your own operating system
David Hayden - C# 2.0 Iterators and Yield Keyword - Custom Collection Enumerators
Phil Haack - Change The Display Of A Type In The Debugger
Miguel de Icaza - Compiler merge
dotnethead - Create your own simple button for Google Toolbar

Web stuff
danielm - 10 Thoughts to Effectively Evaluate a Website
madskristensen - A whitespace removal HTTP module for ASP.NET 2.0
Brent Strange - Automation using HTTPWatch, IE, C# and Nunit
Scott Swigart - Better Cache Management in ASP.NET 2.0 with Generics
Artima Developer Spotlight - Design-Time Support for Ajax
Michael Howard - Developing More-Secure Microsoft® ASP.NET 2.0 Applications Now Available

Career stuff
SQLMenace - 5 Books Every Developer Should Read
Alfred Th - Calculators and the Self-Taught Programmer
Lifehacker - Do some redecorating with the Color Palette Generator and Find out if you're paying too much for rent
Rick Segal - Draft Term Sheets: Expectation Setting

Finance stuff
CNNMoney.com - 5 flat stocks ready to rebound

Agile stuff
Brad Appleton - Agile Adoption across the Industry

Building stuff
kiwidude - CCStatistics for CruiseControl.Net 1.1

Database stuff
dwahlin - Converting XML Data to Relational Data with SQL 2005
Larry O'Brien - Database Refactoring: RedGate's SQL Dependency Tracker First Impression

Debugging stuff
NetCFTeam - David demonstrates IL debugging .NET Compact Framework applications using MDbg
Mike Stall - Debugging Ngen code
Steven Smith - Debuggin Failed Because Authentication is not enabled

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