Tag Archives: Development

Firefox applies styling to script blocks…

Here is the question I asked on stackoverflow. This applies to Firefox and Chrome, but not to IE. I still do not understand under which circumstances anyone would want the script blocks to be valid targets for css rules. If … Continue reading

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Converting a solution from Visual Studio 2010 back to 2008

Today, as the expiration of the Visual Studio 2010 beta license is nearing expiration while as small partners we still haven’t received the new ISOs, I need to convert back my solution and projects to Visual Studio 2008. A quick … Continue reading

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IIS7 is failing Debug.Assert

Assert is one of the (several) best friend of every developer. Asserts are widely useful from checking pre-conditions to post-conditions and every other possible assumptions/invariants in between. When an assert condition fails, it usually indicates a serious error and is … Continue reading

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Concurrency and false sharing

I have just read an article in The Code Project by Nicholas Butler on concurrency and the false sharing effect. The article is explained using C# and an array as a data structure but can really be applied to any … Continue reading

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