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No Fun Intended Shoo! You are debugging the crap outta me! July 2005 Entries
Garter's Magic Quadrant for Web Services
You can find the complete report here. I was kinda suprised to see that Sun wasn't in the top three for the ability to execute. Here is the list of the top three visionaries and the top three companies with the capability to execute: Visionaries Microsoft SAP IBM Capability to Execute IBM Microsoft Oracle Some strange ones that made the list that I wouldn't have thought would be there: Tibco Software Progress Software/Sonic Software WebMethods SeeBeyond Fujitsu ......

Posted On Saturday, July 16, 2005 2:37 PM

Yes, I am a slacker
I am aghast at my lack of posts lately but I have a few things going on that are taking most of my time up. NTeam - We are really moving along. The project design is almost all done and the coding is about to commence. I love design and would not dare tackle a project of this size without some semblance of a goal in mind but I can truly understand why some of the great minds out there really loathe big design up front. We have NOT went at NTeam with BDUF but sometimes it seems that way. I guess the ......

Posted On Thursday, July 14, 2005 3:08 PM

Another cool error message

I found this at Code Project today. Quite useful: 

The Error No.: 0. That's right. The server thinks there was an error but now can't remember it. Perfect.

Posted On Wednesday, July 6, 2005 4:18 PM

System.configuration
This may be well known by now but not by myself. When you try to use ConfigurationSettings.AppSe... in the .NET Framework 2.0, you receive a message stating that AppSettings is obsolete, use ConfigurationManager.AppSet... instead. I did finally figure it out. ConfigurationManager does not exist in the default System.Configuration namespace. When you use System.Configuration, it loads the System.Configuration.dll assembly. If you manually set a reference to System.configuration.dll, you can easily ......

Posted On Sunday, July 3, 2005 1:19 PM

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