Monthly Archives: June 2004

The Daily TimeWaster

Brought to you exclusively by PopCap games. Zuma in particular might be the reason of a possible delay on project Witnie. Our lead developer is truly addicted to this game.You have been warned! Advertisements

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Localization in ASP.NET

If you have worked on localization of website you have probably done your fair share of:Setting System.Threading.Thread.CurrentCulture and CurrentUiCulture to the desired CultureInfo, retrieved from Request.UserLanguages Getting the resources from the ResourceManager using GetString and GetObject and adjusting the properties … Continue reading

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Temporary impersonation in ASP.NET

In ASP.NET scenarios it is sometimes necessary to perform impersonation of the (un)authenticated user that makes the request of a resource. This can be done easily from your web.config:<identity impersonate=”true” /><authentication mode=”Windows” />This will cause ASP.NET to run the code … Continue reading

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Visual and Sharp Storms

Microsoft has been handing out this DVD “Software and Web Engineering in Microsoft .NET environment“ containing all sessions of Microsoft Research in their Microsoft .NET Crash Course 4 at Cambridge University. One of these sessions was on a .NET implementation … Continue reading

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Andrew comments on ObjectSpaces and WinFS

Andrew Conrad has started a four part series of posts on the merging of WinFS and ObjectSpaces. In part 1 he addresses why it was necessary to perform this merging. Point 4 “Releasing ObjectSpaces out of band on GotDotNet or … Continue reading

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Short attention span

Loads of time I thought it was a nasty characteristic of me. But I could jump to conclusions and say that it is something that software development teachers have in common. Craig Candera, a teacher at DevelopMentor, says it perfectly in one … Continue reading

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ObjectSpaces not in May CTP of VS2005

Maybe you already noticed, suspected or knew, but ObjectSpaces is not in the Visual Studio 2005 Community Technology Preview of May 2004. Since I assume that this build (which was released one or two weeks ago) is made a bit … Continue reading

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