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05-10-2003, 5:17 PM

Coding Monkey!

Been programming(ugh scripting) +15h non-stop on a ASP webshop. I’m brain dead… this scripting makes my eyes hurt. Pssssssst, my 19” IIYama Pro 454 whispers in my ear “Yo coding monkey, I’ll refuse to display those darn VB...
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05-10-2003, 12:12 PM

UK hosting

Julie replied to my recent blog on UK hosting: Except for the desire to "buy local" which is very strong indeed for me, why limit yourself to the UK for hosting? I use a host that is far away in northern (I think) Canada. But their rates are great, their...
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05-10-2003, 8:03 AM

.Net hosting in UK

Unless I am wrong, it's not so easy to find a .Net hosting in UK. In Ireland, not a single one. But I used to work a lot with Tollon , and I am happy for their ASP support. The problem is that I was stuck with a.Net project to be host in UK. And I found...
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05-10-2003, 4:54 AM

C# Coding Guidelines

Roy Osherove recently blogged about coding conventions . This reminded me of the combined effort we GoT'ers made in exploring C#/.NET's coding conventions and guidelines [ 1 ], [ 2 ]. Koen Muilwijk started to document our thought right here . Feel free...
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05-09-2003, 8:47 PM

Yukon

I read carefully the .Net Magazine article on Yukon, thanks Randy . If this is coming to life like that, most of the new things are for me exciting stuff. I like: - XML as native data storage. - Intellisense in stored procedures with the future VS release...
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05-09-2003, 1:26 PM

Pivot 2

In regard to my last Pivot blog, Scott Prugh replied: Yes. It is a shame that TSQL doesn't have crosstab. I'm hoping for support like this in Yukon(plus a lot of over cool TSQL enhancements). I don't know the specifics about what you are trying to solve...
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 Travis 
05-09-2003, 1:19 PM

SQL Injection

Considering SQL injection attacks (and not performance reasons) what is difference between the two examples below? Taking the two examples into consideration I dont understand how using a SP is any safer against attacks? MySql = "SELECT field1 FROM table1...
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05-09-2003, 12:59 PM

Pivot

OK now I sorted out my problem with pivoting tables. Thanks Access, no thanks to SQL Server :-(( It's a pity that you can do a so nice SQL Transform and Pivot function with Access and not be able to do it natively in T-SQL ! Other problem, and I reckon...
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05-08-2003, 2:47 PM

Borland's prices are too high?

S.B Chatterjee wrote : "Borland has announced their C#/.NET Builder tools along with the prices. $69 for a personal edition and $999 for a professional version. That's fourteen times as much! jeez... I don't see developers flocking for that one. I'll...
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05-08-2003, 12:49 PM

Minute of glory

Cool cool cool! http://www.fawcette.com/vsm/ You gotta look before they change the page!! [Posted by Julia Lerman ] Well done Julia. So now what's about our Datagrid girl ?;-)
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