Archive for February 2008

Router Configuration on Port 80? It’s Never a Good Idea

A few weeks ago, one of my co-worker showed me how he monitors his home internet connection remotely using DynDNS. Continue reading ‘Router Configuration on Port 80? It’s Never a Good Idea’ »

A Stange Issue With Global.asax

I always use Global.asax for centralized error handling in my ASP.Net applications and typically it works great. Continue reading ‘A Stange Issue With Global.asax’ »

Multiple Row Selection With GridView

We often need the capability of selecting multiple rows from a grid, unfortunately the GridView component in ASP.Net 2.0 does not offer an out-of-box support for such functionality. Continue reading ‘Multiple Row Selection With GridView’ »

Thoughts on “Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?”

I recently ran across two very interesting articles (Computer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?, Who Killed the Software Engineer? (Hint: It Happened in College)) discussing how the current university education has become inadequate in terms of producing highly qualified software engineers and developers. Continue reading ‘Thoughts on “Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?”’ »

Reflection and Case Sensitivity

Reflection is case sensitive by default, which comes at no surprise to most C# developers. Continue reading ‘Reflection and Case Sensitivity’ »