These days I spent some time working with VS2005 and especially with ASP.NET 2.0. The new release is really amazing and I remembered what someone recently said – “The experienced programmers fear it (ASP.NET 2.0) because it will leave them out of job.” The point was that it provides so much functionality and it is […]
Monthly Archives: September 2005
The C# 3.0 specification is available here. The new features include (along with my comments): 1. Implicitly typed local variables Basically this means that one can write var p = 3; Come on dudes, this one makes me sick. I see its benefits using LINQ syntax, but it should not be allowed to be used […]
Microsoft presented the LINQ (Language Integrated Query) Project , a new syntax for querying databases and objects from C# 3.0. LINQ has been founded on generics, anonymous methods and nullable types that are going to be delivered in C# 2.0. The SQL integration is amazing. For example if you want to define a table created […]
Ha, I never knew that Windows XP Professional allows creating more than one web site per machine. I though that it is a restriction buried deep down into IIS. Well it is possible to programmatically create multiple instances. The company firstServed has provided a nice tool IISAdmin that does the work for you.