May 2006 - Posts

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Mini-Microsoft quits! by FransBouma

Today, Mini-Microsoft , a blog by an anonymous Microsoft employee which got a lot of attention in the past, posted a blog entry that today's post is the last one... Like I said before, for the near-term I will throw up the occasional interesting article...
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Yay! A new Stored Proc vs. Dyn. Sql battle! by FransBouma

You'd think that by now everyone would have said everything that you can say about Stored Procedures vs. Dynamic SQL, but apparently Eric Wise and Jeremy Miller disagree with that and have started another iteration of this Never Ending Story TM . As it...
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How to skin a cat^H^H^H... blog! by FransBouma

So, now that we've this new CommunityServer 2.1 blog engine at our disposal here at weblogs.asp.net (Thanks guys! ), the big 'let's make my blog look better'-struggle begins again, as .Text skins don't work in CS 2.x for obvious reasons. While some of...
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Ok, RSS urls don't work yet. by FransBouma

There are some issues now with the RSS urls, which are not complete. More people have this problem at the moment, so I hope someone finds out what the cause of this is. It appears a post only shows up in the main feed if it's tagged with a tag from a...
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Testpost by FransBouma

Test post, to see if this works. Apparently posting through w.bloggar does post the text here, but doesn't seem to propagate the post to the main feed...
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Blog migated! by FransBouma

Last night, http://weblogs.asp.net has been migrated to CS 2.1, and this of course gives a lot more features to the blogs at this site, including this blog! The skin I had on the .Text powered version of this blog couldn't be migrated as CS 2.x works...
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(.NET 2.) Dictionary(Of Key, Value) performance trick by FransBouma

(I used the VB.NET notation in the title so it won't nag about illegal characters like < and >) In .NET 2.0 you'll have this new generic Hashtable variant called Dictionary<TKey, TValue>. It can be used as a Hashtable but now strongly typed...
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