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June 2009 - Posts

Microsoft forums – where they are?

Microsoft has a lot forums in different (community) sites with a lot of topics. In this posting I listed up Microsoft forums, their locations and forum groups (categories under which forums belong). The purpose of this posting is to provide you with important information – where you get help when you have technical problems.

 

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Vacation 2009/1 (23.06-01.07)

I am at vacation from 23.06-01.07. This time I am Italy again and besides hanging around in different nice places I visit also their yearly heavy-metal pearl: Gods of Metal festival!

Meanwhile this blog – like a mystery – publishes new writing everyday to keep you happy and thumbs up. Like always, feel free to leave me comments here but don’t expect any answers before 01.07. I am not really sure if I have time (or will) to be in internet during vacation. :)

P.S.If somebody can suggest me cool places in Monza then I am more than happy :)

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.Net Framework 4.0: Using memory mapped files

.Net Framework 4.0 introduces memory mapped files. Memory mapped files are useful when you need to do in-memory data manipulation and your data structures are large. For large in-memory data the performance of memory mapped file is the best. It is much faster than MemoryStream. And like files on hard disc, memory mapped files can be shared between different programs. MemoryMappedFile and other classes for memory mapped files can be found from System.IO.MemoryMappedFiles namespace.

 

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Visual Studio 2010: Brief view at debug history

Visual Studio 2010 introduces also some new debugging features. One of them is debug history. Debug history enables you to track all the points on track of control flow and it also monitors activities that you cannot see otherwise. It makes debugging of hard to find problems much easier, I think. Of course, there are many other new and cool debugging features available.

 

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The Data Model Resource Book – Universal Data Models
The Data Model Resource Book, Vol. 1: A Library of Universal Data Models for All Enterprises
The Data Model Resource Book, Vol. 1: A Library of Universal Data Models for All Enterprises
  
The Data Model Resource Book, Vol. 2: A Library of Data Models for Specific Industries
The Data Model Resource Book, Vol. 2: A Library of Data Models for Specific Industries

Couple of years ago I brought two books for my company. Today I can say that I made a small investment that still works pretty well. These books are titled as The Data Model Reosurce Book and author of these books is Len Silverston.

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Visual Studio 2010: Web application packaging and publishing

Visual Studio 2010 has very powerful web application packaging and deployment system. When deploying your web application you create the deployment package and then publish it to web server. After configuring it is one-click action to get current version of application up to target server. Let’s see how it works.

 

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SharePoint: Using classes for workflow association data

I am using workflow with association form in one of my current SharePoint projects. When workflow is added to list there are some parameters that user must insert. Workflow instances are able to persist association data and to be more flexible the association data is saved as XML string. But in the code it is more convenient to use object instead of XML strings. I will show you how I solved the situation.

This is the class I want to use to keep association data.

 

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Visual Studio 2010: Web.config transforms

Recently I wrote about Visual Studio 2010 and multiple web.config files support. Let’s see now how to play with web.config transformation so we can use one configuration on development environment and the other for production environment.

 

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Visual Studio 2010 and .Net Framework 4.0 downloads

 

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ASP.NET MVC installer for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1

Phil Haack announced Tuesday availability of ASP.NET MVC installer for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1. Referenced blog entry contains also some bits of information about ASP.NET MVC roadmap that is also interesting reading. Installer is available in CodePlex ASP.NET project. In the case of troubles you can find some help from Jacques Eloff’s blog posting Troubleshooting the MVC installer for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1.

 

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