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Mike Huguet
Mike Huguet

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Research for the Week-Memory Management Part 1
Do you know what happens when you create a new instance of a class? Why do we need a value type and a reference type? Do you know what is meant when the .NET framework is referred to as a “managed” platform? What is managed versus unmanaged code? Why do we need a .NET runtime? What is a memory leak; is that like an oil leak? All of these are questions that you should be able to answer as a Microsoft developer. If you can’t answer them all, then keep reading as the next series of research blogs that ......

Posted On Monday, September 19, 2011 7:35 PM

Getting a List of a User’s SharePoint Groups
I found it very odd that this was not available when doing some search engine queries. My requirement was to take in an AD user name and query SharePoint 2010 to determine the SharePoint groups in which the account belongs. The code was to run from within a RIA Authentication Service, which is code run on a server and is not likely on the SharePoint server. This code will also work with SharePoint 2007 (WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007). You will need to add a Web Reference to http(s)://<spservername&... ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 17, 2010 9:19 AM

LINQ-to-SQL Challenge of the Day – WHERE IN “ALL”
Today I took on the challenge of improving the performance of a set of repository retrieval methods that have been a bottleneck for our system for the past week. Here were the requirements and details for the most challenging method: There is a Clinic and a Service table with a joining table for the many-to-many relationship, ClinicService. A clinic provides one to many services and a service can be provided by one to many clinics. The method accepts in a list of primary key integer values for the ......

Posted On Thursday, October 1, 2009 11:06 PM

Next Year’s SQL Saturday in Baton Rouge on 8/14/2010
Even though we just hosted SQL Saturday #17 in Baton Rouge recently, we are already planning for next year. If you are interested in speaking or attending, go ahead and register for SQL Saturday #28 in Baton Rouge on August 14, 2010. We have several enhancements planning for this year based on feedback and our experiences. I look forward to assisting in the planning and look forward to seeing you there! ......

Posted On Sunday, August 30, 2009 5:19 PM

Accessing Resources/DB from an ASP.NET Application Hosted in SharePoint
This past week I was reminded of the “fun” in which hosting an application within SharePoint can present. We are developing a custom application for our client in which some areas must reside within a SharePoint environment. We did quite a bit of our development in this first iteration within a web application in order to pull things together and present the client with a working end-to-end “prototype.” The architecture is composed of several layers all of which will be “in process” communications ......

Posted On Sunday, August 30, 2009 4:49 PM

IDE for .NET 2.0 Release

Want a free IDE for the .NET 2.0 release? You can get it, SharpDevelp 2.0.

Posted On Saturday, November 5, 2005 12:24 PM

SQL Intellisense for VS.NET 2003

My co-worker Steve wrote this cool VS.NET add-in that adds SQL intellisense. I've used it at work and it seems to work pretty well. One bug that I'm aware of is the list of columns for a table doesn't display properly for an update statement. All in all a great tool. Check it out.

This hasn't been tested in VS.NET 2000 or 2005 so beware.


Posted On Wednesday, September 28, 2005 7:09 PM

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