January 2008

Monthly Archive

The Morning Brew #4

Posted by on 07 Jan 2008 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew

Slight change in name from today onwards, as I discovered that Harry Pierson is already using the name ‘Morning Coffee’ for his regular link roundup – so from today this will be known as ‘The Morning Brew’


Future of Ajax.NET Professional – Michael Schwarz announces that he is ceasing development of Ajaz.NET Professional – one of the earliest ASP.NET Ajax libraries

Update – Generate Insert statement from table for SQL Server – A useful bit of TSQL to create insert statements for all data in a table (recommended by Simon Harriyott – thanks for the tip)


Using VS 2008 to Create New ASP.NET 2.0 with ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Projects – ScottGu covers some of the backward compatibility support in VS 2008

C# 3.0 New Language Features (Part 1) – First part of a brief overview of the new bits – this one gives an introduction for Implicit Typing, Object and collection initializers and extension methods

Using XML Schema for Validating User Input – A slightly different way of validating user input – certainly looks like an easy way of getting some rich functionality using existing technologies developers are already familiar with


CodeCampServer OSS project call for participation – Jeffrey Palermo announces an new open source project using the new MVC framework, and a number of other best practices.

Morning Coffee #3

Posted by on 04 Jan 2008 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew

I’m still getting to grips with writing this daily – I’m getting more organised doing it now, so hopefullly over time this will pay off!


Zeta Color Visualizer – Visualizer for within the Visual Studio .NET 2008 Debugger allowing you to see color objects as the actual color – the first Debugger Visualizer I’ve come across for 2008 specifically


Visual Studio 2008 Tip of the Day – Sara Ford is posting new tips every day

Ruby.NET vs. IronRuby: What’s The Difference? – IronRuby is looking like it might be quite a hot topic this year – this article talks about the differences between IronRuby and the Ruby.NET implementation

Morning Coffee #2

Posted by on 03 Jan 2008 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew

Putting these together daily is going to prove more difficult than I thought!


Net Spy – Keep an eye on who is using your shares – the article shows how its done with WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)


Durability Is in the Eye of the Beholder – Pat Helland discusses the D in ACID in this very interesting piece

Foundations of Programming – Part 6 – NHibernate – Karl Seguin fills in the gaps in his series with part 6 covering NHibernate. This Series of articles has also been compiled into a PDF


Alt.Net.UK Conference – Registrations open for this UK version of this conference.

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