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An educated guess (Timur Fanshteyn) Technology, Software Development and other ways to make an educated guess about the world... .NET There are 4 entries for the tag .NET
1st Java annoyance
For the last month I've spent as much time writing Java code as C# code. And its definitely been a great learning experiences. Even though the core languages are very much alike, and you can usually find a function in .NET that corresponds to Java and the other way around, I've spent quite a bit of time yesterday trying something that should have been completely trivial. The Problem: having a Date variable loadDate that includes Date and Time, create two variables startDate and endDate where StartDate ......

Posted On Saturday, May 31, 2008 12:20 PM

Query ExPlus is released
I finally got a chance to release a binary of the latest Query ExPlus v. I didn't put time into the project for a while, however, some developers in the community did, and I'd like to extend my appreciation to those guys. The new functionality since last version is: Handle result sets with NULL primary keys Select All for the grid MRU implemented using Genghis library OleDB Support Fixing Order by in Oracle Browser The project is still a one executable 172KB in size. The only prerequisite ......

Posted On Saturday, January 12, 2008 12:35 AM

Fixing WCF/WPF VS 2005 Extensions installation after installing VS 2008 or .NET 3.0 SP1
I've encountered a problem trying fix the WCF / WPF Visual Studio 2005 Integration components after I've installed Visual Studio 2008. Installing a VS 2008 will install .NET 3.0 SP1 and remove the installation of .NET 3.0. When trying to install the WCF / WPF Extension, installation display's a message Setup has detected that a prerequisite is missing. To use Visual Studio 2005 extensions for .NET Framework 3.0 (WCF & WPF), November 2006 CTP you must have the .NET Framework 3.0 runtime installed. ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 8, 2008 8:25 AM

Compiling .NET 3.5 code to .NET 2.0 Works
This is something that is totally cool. You can use Visual Studio 2008 and a lot of the new functionality and cross compile it to .NET 2.0 and run it on the older framework. For Example, You can use Var objects, Simple Property Declarations, Property Constructors, Lambda expressions Here's an example program that can be compiled with VS 2008 to the .NET 2.0 framework static class Program { private class Client { public string Name { get; set; } public string Address { get; set; } } private static ......

Posted On Thursday, December 20, 2007 11:30 PM

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