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June 2005 - Posts

TechEd Presentations Available on www.msteched.com

For those of you who attended TechEd, all the recorded presentations are now available for viewing online. Goto http://www.msteched.com and enter your TechEd Id and Password that came on your badge. There were too many good sessions to choose from and
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Adding Functionality to a Typed DataSet using Partial Classes

In continuing with my experimentation with generics... I've noticed that there is no way to get the Typed DataSet code generator to generate a DataRow object, which contains Nullable Types. There are a number of column properties that seem to elude that
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Asynchronous Reverse DNS Lookup in ASP.NET Beta 2 and 1.1

A common problem when implementing either a hit counter or a download tracker is retrieving the DNS name of the client connecting to your Web Site. Although there is a property specifically meant for this task on the Request object called UserHostName,
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New ASP.NET 2.0 Starter Kit: WebJots

I've been working on my ASP.NET 2.0 Site WebJots for about a month and some odd weeks now. A few weeks ago, after the first phase release, Brian Goldfarb suggested that if I wanted to open up the source code to WebJots that the best option would be to
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Nullable Support in ADO.NET

If you've been experimenting with generics lately, specifically the Nullable<T> generic, you may have noticed the following pitfall in their implementation. You can't pass a Nullable<T> as the value parameter of a SqlParameter Using Something
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Pre-Conference - The Zen of ASP.NET 2.0 with Jeff Prosise

I had the pleasure of attending The Zen of ASP.NET 2.0 with Jeff Prosise today from 1 to 6 PM. Jeff did an excellent job, pretty much going through most of the new 2.0 stuff in about 5 hours. Unfortunately Jeff's presentation ran over so we missed out
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TechEd 2005 First Impressions

I arrived at TechEd today. Being a TechEd newbie I have to say I'm pretty amazed at the whole set up. Microsoft really did an excellent job setting this event up. From the free shuttles buses, to the food tables filled with twinkies, ho ho's and various
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