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Interesting discussion about the declarative model in ASP.NET 2.0

Paschal posted interesting opinion about the declarative model in ASP.NET 2.0 The Code Spaghetti generation is back I can understand the pain and I agree that when misused, it can be just horrible, but I wouldn't be worried as long as I and people working
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Display Hierarchical Data with TreeView in ASP.NET 2.0

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SQLEXPR.EXE vs SQLEXPR32.EXE

In case you've installed SQL Server Express and found out that there are two executables for installation (for example when installing SSE bundled with VS2005) SQLEXPR.EXE and .SQLEXPR32.EXE, you might have wondered what's the difference. From: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143680
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Buzzword?

I use this stuff to clean my house... (sorry the pic quality is low due to my phone camera being old piece of ***) What did you say it's used for? Web apps? Well, these two bottles are for cleaning, the left one for general cleaning and the right one,
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Books for .NET v2.0

These are just the books which I've already bought for myself (waiting for the delivery, of course) but I think these are pretty good ones. Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Professional ADO.NET 2: Programming with SQL Server 2005, Oracle, and MySQL Professional
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Simple SQL stuff: Hierarchies in SQL Server

One of my favorite subjects, hierarchical data :-) I thought to blog that I posted a while ago on ASP.NET Forums about dealing with a self-joining table on SQL Server, when you'd want to iterate from child rows to the parent rows e.g locate parent(s)
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Custom events in VB2005

I just read a good article about custom events in VB2005 . Unless you didn't know, VB2005 comes with a new feature called custom events. Well, it's not that magical since C# has had similar|same feature since v1.0. Basically it's almost the same as C#'s
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MVP Awards

Plip and Ken already announced that they got MVP Award. Congrats to you and all other (new and old) MVPs! I'm also honored to be Microsoft ASP.NET MVP for the third year. Thanks! Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it!
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New Features In VB.NET vNext

Steve blogged about new features in VB.NET. For the record, here's a good article/overview about what's planned for next version of VB.NET (which here means VB.NET "Orcas" e.g version 9, the one with Whidbey is v8). Shortly the list includes: Implicitly
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MSDN Magazine: Asynchronous Pages in ASP.NET 2.0

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/05/10/WickedCode/ by Jeff Prosise Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it! Sponsor
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Tietotekniikkatermit

Aali tuossa on pohtinut tietotekniikkatermien suomentamista. Pakko on myöntää, että sitä varsin usein sortuu helppoon ratkaisuun ja käyttää kaikennäköisiä väännöksiä. Koodaustyötä tekevät ihmiset, kuten allekirjoittanut, tuntuvat erityisen helposti keksivän
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Now on MSDN: ScottGu's "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Web Project System"

This subject was covered on Scott Guthrie's blog a while ago. It's now on MSDN as well: Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Web Project System: What Is It and Why Did We Do It? Also a few other ones for my own reminder Using IIS with VS 2005 and the new Web
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