Google: http://code.google.com/p/minify/ ; http://code.google.com/closure/
Not much experience with these products yet.
Not free: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-parallel-studio-purchase/
For SSIS, this looks very interesting:
I recently ran into a business problem that I can't find any sample code online. I think I worked out a tolerable solution. The business scenario is this: All rows retrieve from the database must be in edit mode, but only some fields should be in edit mode, not all. Editing one row at a time is out of the question. User might make changes and THEN want to sort the grid. Any user input needs to be preserved. Have to use .NET control that come out of the box with Visual Studio due to maintenance concerns. ......
I may not be a lawyer, but definition and how to properly excute a plan are very important to me.
When you create a website and want to store something in a Config file, simply calling your class "ConfigFile" is NOT the way to do it. This web projectI am looking at is so far down the wrong path that it needs a rebuild.
Man, I feel angry that this is the first time I heard of this site:
Business Scenario: The client wants to build a few reports (only in HTML format) that basically have the same format, but needs paging when the report is sent to the printer. Solution: I built the report inside a user control to reuse the formatting, but had to solve the problem where hard-coding the page break at the UI side will give me an extra page in printing. Code: Inside ASCX: <%# InsertPageBreakIfNotLastPag... "ItemIndex")) %> Code behind (C #): public string ......