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 erobillard 
05-08-2003, 1:39 AM

Common Sense and Opt In

Why do sites insist on making people click a "Remember Me" checkbox? Unless you're a Hotmail.com with a highly-mobile user base on public machines, most of your users are coming from the same machines -- their own -- over and over. Make it an option,...
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 help.net 
05-07-2003, 10:47 PM

.Net Framework 1.1

I just read this article about the changes in .Net Framework 1.1 and I found this interesting. Enable Execution of Windows Forms Assemblies Originating from the Internet Assemblies originating from the Internet zone—for example, Microsoft Windows®...
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 SamerEyeWarrior 
05-07-2003, 12:57 PM

FREE Book!!! Application Architecture for .NET: Designing Applications and Services

Jalil sent me this link today. Thought I would share it with you.
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 p.gielens 
05-07-2003, 8:11 AM

Software engineering and communication techniques continued…

Frans Bouma states: What really disturbed me was that Martin Fowler came up with a whole new set of patterns which are most of the time simply re-implementations of the GoF patterns. Allthough Fowler did a wonderful job investigating all the patterns...
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 DonXML 
05-05-2003, 5:06 PM

Web Standards and Accessibility Weblogs

For any of the .Net folks out there that are interested in Web Standards, I started a thread on the W3C's Evangelist Mailing List looking for Web Standards Bloggers. What I'd eventually like to see is something like DotNetWeblogs, but for W3C related...
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 DonXML 
05-05-2003, 4:38 PM

The .NET Abstraction Pile

I ran across this really cool article by Eric Sink that does a good job at reminding us not to forget all the abstraction layers that we as software developers tend to rely on, and the tradeoffs we make by using them. The most important point in this...
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 ejsmith 
05-05-2003, 3:38 PM

Typed DataSet's vs. Custom Collections

I have been reading the blog entries ( here , here ) lately about Typed DataSets and it makes me wonder if anyone has really sat down and compared the performance of a custom object/collection (using a data reader to populate) to a Typed DataSet? Performance...
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 c1sbc 
05-05-2003, 8:44 AM

IBuySpy bug fix

Spring '03 issue of 2600 describes a security bug fix of IBuySpy . Mixed feelings on that one.
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 vga 
05-04-2003, 11:55 PM

Educating through exceptions

Note : this entry has moved . In the public newsgroups you can read lots of posts about the Page.Register* methods not working properly. A few months back it was common to see this type of post almost once a day; today, thanks to google indexing , the...
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 SamerEyeWarrior 
05-04-2003, 11:43 PM

Anyone in the interested?

Today, I was at Starbucks reading UML Distilled , which seems to need some extra distilling but that's a topic for another post. During my reading, I came across a suggestion from the author, Martin Fowler , about reading at least one book every other...
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