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I parse/scrape a few web page every now and then and recently ran across an error that stated: "The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine". Cause?: On this page, I found an answer that suggests simply that the server header does not conform to the HTTP v1.1 specification. [Paraphrased...] This issue is caused when a response followed by a request to {certain} services violate the HTTP v1.1 specification. As an example, HTTP header keys should specifically not include any ...
Technorati Tags: Linq,Enumerable.Range,Inter... Basic,VB MSDN Reference: Enumerable.Range Method I deal with a lot of RANGES at work for a multitude of reasons. When auditing data and databases, it’s often necessary to check the boundaries of values or to set them. I’ve recently become very fond of Enumerable.Range because it offers a lot of convenience when dealing with certain types of ranges and can allow a fair amount of complexity. For instance: If I need to represent ...
Following my FUNdaments presentation tonight to the East Bay .NET user group on the options available to ASP.NET developers for using AJAX type methods for grabbing information/content from a server from the client side browser, the code can be found here and the presentation can be found here. Once again Beth Massi rocked on the main presentation about VB10, C# 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010. Lots of goodies to look forward to. That said it cracks me up that MSFT is adding more capabilities to facilitate ...
Though some of you that were on the fence or have not year head about the MSDN Dev Con, are now more interested in coming out. It’s a tiny price compared to PDC and is coming to a city near you! A good group of local celebrities will be presenting along side proven Microsoft experts at the Orlando event. I will be in the attendance and around any community areas. And any social after event :) Bayer White (Jacksonville), Joe Homnick (Boca Raton), Christopher Bennage (Tallahassee), Rob Eisenberg (Tallahassee) ...
DonXML starts this conversation with a recap of ALT.NET, then breaks into the new technologies Microsoft is releasing in the area of XML. Don has been an XML MVP for the past 4 years and is definitely one of the brightest in this space. Read his blog here. Listen to DonXML talk about XML! Technorati tags: HDC, DonXML, LINQ, ALT.NET, VB, XML ...
I decided at HDC 2006 that it was time to make the switch from VB.net to C#. Not because it is better, but because all the presentations I go to are in C#. I hate having to convert languages in my head and since I give presentations every now and then, it's not fair to my audience to make them convert in their head. I've come to my first road block in migrating to C#. I really like the My. namespace that VB provides and C# doesn't have anything like it. I need to access the My.Computer.Network.IsAvail... ...