Microsoft has released additional Visual Studio 2005 code snippets for C#.
XP Day(s) France 2006, les journées d'XP et de l'agilité, ont lieu à Paris les 23 et 24 mars 2006.
I've just created a Google Group for PageMethods.
If you have questions or suggestions, feel free to join the discussion!
Travis Illig has a great Visual Studio add-in that allows you to see a preview of your XML document comments in real-time, as you edit the comments.
Put your headphones on and listen to this mp3...
I haven't tried but apparently it also works with stereo speakers (not surround ones though).
These days a new programming paradigm is gaining momentum: GSCP.
In fact, a lot of us already practice it even without knowing it. What does GSCP mean, will you ask... Simply Google Search, Copy/Paste!
I've never used Windows Live and I don't think I need it, but it seems fabulous.
Just look at its latest feature:
If you try to use URL rewriting and ASP.NET 2 themes at the same time, you will likely get broken pages, because the two don't mix very well.
A typical link to a theme's stylesheet looks like this in the generated HTML:
<link href="App_Themes/Theme1/StyleSheet.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" />
The problem is that these links to CSS documents are using relative paths, which is not going to work fine if you use RewritePath on your web requests.
I'm back to working on web applications and this time it is with ASP.NET 2 of course.
To help you get started with the new ASP.NET version, here are some great weblogs you don't want to miss:
- Scott Guthrie's weblog
- Nikhil Kothari's weblog
- Bertrand Le Roy's Atlas stuff
- K. Scott Allen's weblog
- Rick Strahl's weblog
- Fredrik Normén's weblog
I probably missed some, but this is a good start. Any suggestion?