Sometimes the answer to a common problem is very easy once you know where to look. In this week's installment of the ".NET Tips & Techniques" column, learn how the Globalization classes can make validating any date format a snap.
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Paul Kimmel says the software industry frequently chooses instant gratification over sound software design. He explains why this compulsion exists and how it causes a huge percentage of software projects to fail.
While most people think of hash codes in relation to cryptography, Tom Archer illustrates how they can be used to quickly and easily compare text values of virtually any size.
Learn the basics of embedding a Windows Forms control in ASP.NET and gain an understanding of why this isn't the correct approach and why smart clients are.
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