Monthly Archives: December 2005

Transaction committed and JIT reflections

Well, the transaction locks had been held for exactly 10 years, before we entered the 2-phase commit stage. Luckily (for me), all participants in the transaction voted a commit. Or, in plain English: Nicole Roestenburg and myself got married yesterday … Continue reading

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Event validation of controls in ASP.NET 2.0

This is the second part in a post on EventValidation in ASP.NET 2.0. In this post I will address the topic of event validation. This new feature becomes apparent when trying to use client callbacks in combination with new values … Continue reading

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My five euros on it: Fake!

Nope, we’re not talking female lactoid devices here. I’m talking about balls. No, not those either. I mean the bouncing balls from the Sony Bravia LCD TV commercial. If you don’t know it, watch it first, then read on. Anyway, … Continue reading

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SNARF to rescue you from your mail overload

When there is not a lot of time, you would triage bugs in software development and select the most important bugs you might want to fix. Take the idea to your email list and you are triaging your mail messages. This … Continue reading

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Don’t get strangled by this code

Going for an all-time low humor level here. I made it up myself, so blame me if it spoils your day. 😀What animal is hidden in this piece of code?public class Boa{  public Boa() { }}Surely, there is no explanation … Continue reading

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