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G'man blog October 2006 Entries
Winter = time to dig through all of my fav useful links and catch up
Below is a list of tutorials and web links I like to look through and learn from. Asp.Net Learn Tab - http://www.asp.net/learn/de... Contains some really high quality content form the asp.net team. Excellent tutorials on all things asp.net 2.0 - http://msconline.maconstate... Security How To's in .Net - http://msdn.microsoft.com/l... DotNetKicks - http://www.dotnetkicks.com/ Enjoy ......

Posted On Sunday, October 29, 2006 6:17 PM

Check your code against recommended c# coding Standards - Free plugin for vs2005

The default rules are based on the C# Coding Standard from IDesign. It is the most complete code standard available and it is free to download.

http://joel.fjorden.se/static.php?page=CodeStyleEnforcer

Really nice tool.

 

 

 

Posted On Saturday, October 28, 2006 6:13 PM

UK readers with Sky Satellite

If anyone reading this from the UK has sky then you should check out sky by broadband - its not sky broadband its a different service altogether.

You can go online and download the movies or sports clips and watch the for up to a month I think it is. The only catch is that you can install it only the one pc so if you use the service (which is free if you have sky) then be careful where you install the software.

Cheers
Gregor

Posted On Sunday, October 22, 2006 11:28 AM

Red-gate Ants Profiler
Ok so we want to inspect our code and quickly see a list of the top 10 worst performing methods when we do a quick run through of our asp.net web application. We double click on the worst performing method and <gulp> its something you yourself have written (heavens above). Next step is to drill into the method with a simple click on the tool and there we go, we can see all child methods and actually the lines of code which are causing the bottlenecks. Simply put this tool will identify the ......

Posted On Thursday, October 19, 2006 9:43 PM

Using Anthem.Net with a vs 2005 Web App
Hi Folks I have been working on a project where the requirement was to make the front end slick and basically use ajax where appropriate. At the time the decision was made to use Anthem.Net as Atlas had some issues with UpdatePanels. Anthem.Net is very easy to get going with and to add it to a project is very straightforward. It also comes with quite a few good examples of how you could implement it within your web app. One tool I would recommend for seeing whats going on is Nikhil Kothari's Asp.Net ......

Posted On Thursday, October 19, 2006 9:27 PM

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