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  • Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

    Needless to say, computer science is still in its infancy but has made incredible strides in just over half a century. During this time, it's striven to get the respect it deserves as a disciplined subject. Even just 14 years ago, when I started my undergrad in this subject, I recall reading articles...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 11-12-2007
    Filed under: Software Development, DeepThoughtsByJackHandey, Featured
  • Subclassing for Success

    As someone how has been designing and developing WinForms based applications for the past 7+ years, I have learned that subclassing UI controls is a must. You may be thinking, why would I want to subclass a text box? Or a combo box? The answer is simple, the better future proof your app. How many times...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 11-02-2007
    Filed under: Development, Methodology, WinForms, Opinion, Featured
  • Using Embedded Resources for HTML Email Templates

    Most web applications need to send out email for a variety of purposes, right? I like to use email as a sort of extended user interface - allowing entry points to let the user conveniently do work by getting an email and clicking on a link. I've struggled for a while with a good way of managing email...
    Posted to Brendan Tompkins by Brendan Tompkins on 10-24-2007
    Filed under: ASP.NET, Resources, Featured
  • (Re)Assessing Best Practices

    As we progress as developers, we strive to seek out the "best" way to perform our craft. The chosen methods to attain this lofty goal always bring with them a number of developmental trade-offs. Some techniques may simplify the code but lessen fine grained control while others enable greater...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 10-15-2007
    Filed under: DeepThoughtsByJackHandey, Patterns, Featured
  • Using Anonymous Delegates to handle Async Web Service Calls

    I just thought I would share a little trick I used today to back in Async web service calls into existing code using anonymous delegates. Here was my problem: I have a library that makes use of an existing web service that I do not control (so I cannot change/up the timeout on this). I have been using...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 10-15-2007
    Filed under: Development, .Net, HowTo, Featured
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