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Going, going, gone awry Technical ramblings from John Summers
Getting near release time of a n-tiered system with multiple applications accessing the BLL/DAL framework? You want to make sure that what you think you're accessing really is the version you think it is. Using the AppDomain, you can get and parse through the assemblies and find a particular attribute match. In the case below, I'm looking for the companyname. ......

Installed livewriter, so I just pitched some stories about my dog, and playing around with Telerik's TreeView control. Mostly just to see how pictures, code, and web controls look. If you find any of this useful, you've got problems.

I’ve manage projects, I’ve lead them, I’ve been a developer, I’ve tested, I’ve organized releases, I’ve done all the paperwork. It’s just that lately, that seems to be the role expected from the developer on any given project. Beyond the sadistic boss, I've developed a theory on why this is occurring and why it won't stop...

I don’t profess to be an expert. But I have been using this technology in my current project. The typical, understaffed, hurry up and learn, show me something, release it (and yes it must be validated, but doing so is your problem). Here’s what I’ve picked up while coding shotgun style. Table names and Field names should always be different. When table ......

I’ve been recently using LinqToSQL with a current project and finally got down to business where I needed to work with fields from multiple tables. LinqToSQL is nice, but it does have it’s drawback that it maps objects directly to the schema. Fortunately, it maps their relationships too. Let’s avoid the discussion of LinqToSQL pros and cons for now ......

OK, this is my first tiny step into the online unknown. I don't know where I'm going to find the time for this. I don't know who is going to track me down, stalk me, flame me. We'll see... going awry.

john.



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