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What motivates geeks?
I recently moved a project from .NET 2.0 to .NET 3.5 and discovered that a method I had used to deserialize some JSON had become obsolete. This prompted much debate with my colleagues about why the .NET framework continues to change. The guys I was talking...
Posted 14 February 2008 01:45 PM by jonsayce | with no comments
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Programmatically Listing SQL Servers
Using the .NET Framework there are a variety of ways you can search for available SQL Servers, but no single technique does the whole job. The best approach is to use a combination of methods to ensure you get the most complete list possible. Most methods...
Extending SMO Classes with Extension Methods and IEnumerable(T)
One of the simplest ways to audit changes to a table is to have a trigger that stores a copy of any row that's inserted/updated/deleted, together with some meta data such as who made the change and when they made it. There are limitations (such as several...