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  • Identifying Control Templates Parts in WPF

    I'm currently writing the chapter about control templates in our WPF book , and I wanted to include a list of all of the named parts that are hidden away in the dark recesses of the various controls. Before I even started googling, I had an idea that I thought I'd share. For those of you not...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 03-09-2008
    Filed under: WPF, Tips & Tricks, C#
  • Cold, Hard, Cache!

    Don't get me wrong, I really like the Asp.Net Cache (or HttpRuntime.Cache or Uncle Daddy if you want to call it that... you're a little odd aren't you?), but sometimes it just can't be trusted. I mean, I just gave you (the cache) my precious object a second ago and now you claim you don't...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 03-06-2008
    Filed under: C#, ASP.NET, Cache, HttpRuntime.Cache
  • Discovering Empty Try/Catch Blocks

    I've been burned by a few bugs recently due to swallowed exceptions. In case you don't know, empty catch blocks will hurt you. Really, they will. I wanted a way to locate all of the empty blocks in our code base, I was playing around with NDepend and the amazing Code Query Language , but it's...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 02-21-2008
    Filed under: Tips & Tricks, Visual Studio, C#
  • The Mother of Exception Handling Anti-Patterns

    I know this has been discussed before elsewhere - but since I'm cranky about finding it after not-so-few-minutes of looking in some legacy code I'm working on - what follows is NOT an example of proper exception handling: } catch (Exception ex) { AuditLogger.LogError(ex); } This "swallow...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 11-30-2007
    Filed under: C#
  • Back to Basics: XOR

    Conditionals are a common spot for the unintended creation of un-maintainable and un-readable code. To mitigate complicated conditionals, refactoring with Decompose Conditional always helps in conveying what you're trying to do. In other times, it's simply a matter of making the conditional logic...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 11-24-2007
    Filed under: C#
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