A little short on links today – I guess the pressures of everyone being back at work must be taking the toll of those new years resolutions.
- Handling Formats Based On Url Extension – Phil Haack looks at how it is possible to extend ASP.NET MVC to allow for different formats to be returned based on the extension of the URL
- C# and Currying – a Concrete example with Visio – Saveen Reddy gives a nice example of how the new language features in C#3 allow you to make your code less repetitive.
- The Cost of Net Negative Producing Programmers – Jay Fields talks about professionalism in the industry and Net Negative Producing programmers and the damage they can cause both to the code we work on, and the winder industry. Soon Hui follows up with this post
- Messaging is not just for investment banks – Gojko Adzic talks about Messaging based systems and how they apply in more places than people often think, and highlights the fact that there are now some really nice and simple implementations which do a lot of the work for you, allowing you to reap the rewards of such an architecture.
- ASP.NET 4.0 ClientID Overview – Matthew M. Osborn of the Asp.Net QA Team talks about one of the new ASP.NET 4.0 features which finally allows you control of the client ID of the HTML you output
- Dates and Times – Software’s Bane – K. Scott Allen talks about the problems with dates and times, and looks at a few interesting edge cases caused by the more exotic date variances such as leap seconds.