Imagine a day when tiny bits of code automatically generate code based on any factor a programmer desires. That day may be right around the corner.
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Uploading images in Web applications isn't nearly as simple as you may think. Learn the mechanicsand frustrationsof permitting image uploads, saving images, and rendering images.
Learn how to install, configure, and use the MS Search Engine with SQL Server. Once installed, MS Search permits you to perform fuzzy searches of small and large amounts of character-based data.
STL.NET provides a bridge between the worlds of traditional C++ templates and .NET generics. By allowing C++ developers to leverage their STL skills without precluding interaction with developers using other .NET languages, STL.NET promises the best of both worlds.
Paul Kimmel says tests are impersonal, impractical, and inefficient for evaluating potential. Worst of all, they promote laziness in personnel departments that use them as the determining factor for hiring.
You can employ macros to write code for you. Learn how to use the macro engine in VS 2005 to write a code generator that implements the refactoring Encapsulate Field for VB.NET.
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If you have written solid code, you have accomplished one half of the objective. Solid code is the protagonist, or hero, of our story, but testing is the more sedate side kick that often saves the day after the hubris of the hero has almost certainly lead to calamity.