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30 December 2005
Context Bound Objects and Context Attributes
In a continuation from my previous post , I wanted to provide a quick example of how a combination of ContextBoundObjects and ContextAttributes can allow complete access to message interception and processing in the .Net framework (in this case, intercepting exceptions and logging them) with minimal... Read More...
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30 December 2005
Attribute Parameters Must Be Constants
Haacked (correctly) mentions in the comments of a previous post that using an attribute based system for the logging service I’m currently working on could be troublesome due to the fact that attribute parameters in .Net must be constants; i.e. you can’t use values provided in a configuration... Read More...
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29 December 2005
Getting Geared Up for Winter TV
I don’t watch a ton of TV, but this Winter is already looking pretty good TV-wise (and as it’s looking to be an especially bad Winter over here on the East coast, that’s a good thing). In case anyone is interested, here’s what I’ll be tuning in to: Scrubs . Finally after... Read More...
29 December 2005
Best of JaysonKnight.com -- Happy New Year!
One thing that really bugs me about blogs is that it’s still really damn hard to find specific information on a blog once you find it. Sure, we have things like post categories, and more recently blogs have appeared that support searching said blog for information…but the only true way to... Read More...
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28 December 2005
Akismet -- Online Comment/Trackback Spam Blacklist
I was having a discussion recently with some colleagues over on CS.org about setting up some sort of centralized comment/trackback spam blacklist as it’s really becoming quite a pain the ass lately for lots of folks (plus it’s a big push for the next version of CS to clamp down a bit more on spam). Knowing... Read More...
28 December 2005
Performancing for Firefox Extension
The good folks over at Performancing have released what looks to be a very promising Firefox extension: Performancing for Firefox . I haven’t been able to get much functionality out of it yet using the MetaWeblog API (which is what Community Server uses) account settings, but apparently it’s... Read More...
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28 December 2005
You Can't Please Everyone All Of The Time
I mentioned earlier that I’ve only had one grievance as of late…normally I wouldn’t post about anyone disagreeing with me about something, but it was his whole (mis)demeanor about the topic that really struck a chord. While I agree with him on a superfluous level in that Microsoft’s... Read More...
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25 December 2005
A Festivus for the Rest of Us
In an effort to be PC (that’s politically correct) this year, I want to wish everyone a happy festivus . I already have my festivus pole up, and in the words of Frank Costanza, “I’ve got a lot of problems with you people, and now you’re going to hear about them!” May the... Read More...
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23 December 2005
About Jayson
After two years of blogging, I finally got around to adding an “about me” page…I’m pretty terrible at introducing myself, but you can view it here . Read More...
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22 December 2005
Performancing Sits Down with Rob Howard
Performancing (which is one of my new favorite sites) sat down with Rob Howard (CEO of Telligent Systems, the creator of Community Server in case you live in a black hole); the discussion ranges from Rob’s history at MS (and why he quit to form Telligent), to Telligent’s business model and... Read More...
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